IGERT Fellows Chosen for Prestigious Policy Meetings

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(L to R) PhD student Gifford Wong, Julia Bradley-Cook, and Ali Giese attend the 10-day American Meteorological Society (AMS) Summer Policy Colloquium in Washington, DC.

Three IGERT program graduate students are headed to Washington, D.C., to attended the 10-day American Meteorological Society (AMS) Summer Policy Colloquium, beginning June 1. IGERT Fellows Julia Bradley-Cook, Alexandra Giese, and Gifford Wong were chosen to attend.

“This is a highly competitive and select group of scientists who show promise in shaping climate and environmental policy,” says Ross Virginia, principal investigator on Dartmouth’s National Science Foundation-sponsored IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship) program.

Read their IGERT blog postings about the conference.

Read the full story by Joseph Blumberg on Dartmouth Now.

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(L to R) PhD student Gifford Wong, Julia Bradley-Cook, and Ali Giese attend the 10-day American Meteorological Society (AMS) Summer Policy Colloquium in Washington, DC.

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