Hannah Krohn ‘17 — a former Energy Vision intern — is one of just 34 undergraduate students from across the nation who has earned a prestigious EPA Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowship this year. The GRO Program provides funding to selected college juniors and seniors to help build the next generation of environmental experts.
“EPA knows today’s students are tomorrow’s environmental scientists and engineers who will lead the way in protecting human health and the environment,” says EPA Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin.
Krohn’s fellowship includes a $39,500 grant and a summer internship at an EPA facility to work alongside professional engineers and scientists. Krohn will use her money to fund her summer work at the EPA in Denver, Colo., an upcoming research project, and tuition for her last year at the College.
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