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2016 Doyle Fellows announced

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Written By: Rebecca Zeiber, N.H. Sea Grant science writer

Two undergraduates from UNH have been selected as 2016 Doyle Fellows with N.H. Sea Grant.

Kendall Young, a senior majoring in marine, estuarine, and freshwater biology, is working with Alyson Eberhardt, NHSG/UNHCE coastal ecosystems specialist, on a variety of activities with the Coastal Research Volunteers including dune restoration and eel monitoring.

Woman smiles and holds crab at beach.

Above: Kendall Young

Jake Levine, also a senior majoring in marine, estuarine, and freshwater biology, is working with Gabby Bradt, NHSG/UNHCE commercial fisheries specialist, and Michael Chambers, NHSG/UNHCE marine aquaculture specialist, to develop seaweed culturing techniques.

Man smiles near doorway.

Above: Jake Levine

Welcome, Kendall and Jake! We are excited to have you on staff this summer.

You can find out more about the Doyle Fellowship and read the Doyle Fellows blog which will be updated throughout the summer.

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