Gregory Pendleton was awarded a Knauss Marin Policy Fellowship to work with
the Congress or an admin agency in DC . This is a special fellowship
for sea grant universities. More about the fellowship can be found at
The Knauss fellowship, established in 1979, provides a unique educational
experience to students who have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes
resources and in the national policy decisions affecting those resources. The
program matches highly qualified graduate students with "hosts" in the
legislative and executive branch of government located in the Washington, D.C.
area, for a one year paid fellowship. The program is named in honor of one of
Sea Grant's founders, former NOAA Administrator, John A. Knauss.
Named after former NOAA administrator John A. Knauss, the
Sea Grant fellowship program was established in 1979 to fulfill one of the
objectives of the National Sea Grant College Program Act. The Act states: "The
objective of this title is to increase the understanding, assessment,
development, utilization, and conservation of the nation's ocean and coastal
resources by providing assistance to promote a strong educational base..."
Greer O Anderson; +1 206 459-2998
Graduate, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Molly W Jacobs; +1 360 378-7391
Jennifer M Kassakian; +1 206 713-6219
Graduate, School of Marine Affairs
Gregory David Pendleton; +1 206 226-4649
Graduate, Law Concurrent Degree Program
Graduate, International Studies (Int. Studies)
Since about 1999, 3 of our graduates have been awarded this prestigious
fellowship -- Brian McLachlan (1999), Corey Niles (2004) and now Gregory.
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