Six Princeton Juniors Named PEI Environmental Scholars

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By Morgan Kelly, Princeton Environmental Institute
June 7, 2018


Six Princeton University juniors have been selected this year to receive research support from the Princeton Environmental Institute's (PEI) Environmental Scholars Program to support their independent research related to the broad area of environmental studies.

Established in 2011 with a gift from Elizabeth A. Smith and Ray E. Newton III '86, the program supports students who have shown excellence in academics and summer apprenticeships, and who have a clearly articulated research agenda. Students apply in the fall semester and are selected by a committee to receive up to $15,000 over two years.

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