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Ohio Sea Grant College Program
and Stone Laboratory

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship: Neng Yu

Project Number: E/I-011, Completion Report

Start Date: 2/1/1998

Completion Date: 1/31/1999

Revision Date: 6/15/1999

Classified Under: University

Principal Investigator(s)1.Jeffrey Reutter, The Ohio State University*
This shows the current affiliation and may not match affiliation at time of participation. *

Funding Record

Source: Ohio Sea Grant College Program
Source FundState MatchPass Through
Total$ 0.00$ 0.00$ 0.00

Rationale

The National Sea Grant College Program's Federal Fellows Program is designed to provide our country's superior young graduate students with an opportunity to share their expertise and to gain experience on marine affairs and issues at the national level. This will accelerate the student's career development and help to assure that the brightest minds are working on marine issues.

Methodology

Neng Yu, a Ph.D. candidate in The Ohio State University's Environmental Science Graduate Program has been selected as a Knauss/National Sea Grant Marine Policy Fellow. He will spend a year in Washington working for a federal agency. This is a great opportunity for Neng. She will receive a monthly stipend and living allowance while in Washington.

Benefits & Accomplishments

Mr. Chandler enjoyed his experience and benefitted immensely from it. He completed his MS thesis in Dr. Stepien's laboratory during the internship. He graduated and obtained a permanent position at NOAA.

Supported Students

StudentNeng Yu (Graduate, Ph.D.)
The Ohio State University