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EOHS doctoral students receive funding

Doctoral candidates in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences have been awarded the following academic support:

  • Lorena Canales was selected as a pre-doctoral trainee on the NIH-funded Environmental Health Sciences Training Program (T32). Ms. Canales’ appointment began Aug. 1 and includes an annual stipend, payment of tuition and fees and annual research-related travel.
  • Natasha DeJarnett was awarded an ethnic minority assistantship from the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, which includes a monthly stipend and tuition for up to two years, beginning Aug. 1.
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