Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Women's College Student Wins Prestigious Environmental Studies Fellowship
"Wellesley junior Kate Corcoran has won a prestigious Greater Research Opportunities fellowship from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The fellowship, worth approximately $50,000, is awarded annually to 40 promising American students interested in pursuing careers in environmental studies. It supports two years of undergraduate study and a three-month summer internship with an EPA facility the summer after junior year."
Posted by Diane at 1:00 AM