North Carolina Sea Grant has named several graduate students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as NC STEM Policy Fellows. The fellowships are an opportunity for recent graduate students to explore in-state, non-academic career options in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
This year’s recipients from Carolina include:
- Anastasia Dulskiy; Environment, Ecology and Energy Program; College of Arts and Sciences
- Recent alunma Maya Hoon (’22 MS); UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
- Rachel Johnson; Department of Chemistry; College of Arts and Sciences
- At Carolina, Johnson received the Peoples’ Choice award for her 2020 submission to the Three Minute Thesis annual competition.
- Joshua Reding (’20 MS); Department of Physics and Astronomy; College of Arts and Sciences