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Ka Pili Kai Summer 2014

As you will see in the pages of this issue, educating students of all ages is at the heart of Sea Grant’s mission and is integrated into every aspect of our program. Students from a wide range of disciplines throughout the university are continuously given the opportunity to grow and learn from Sea Grant faculty and staff, and through the years over 2,000 students have been affiliated with the program in one aspect or another. For example, on the following pages you will meet two graduate students who recently participated in the Peter J. Rappa Sustainable Coastal Development Internship, named in memoriam after one of Sea Grant’s longest-serving extension faculty who was a visionary in the field of smart building and community design. In addition, you will get to know our John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow in Washington, D.C. and learn about how her time as a Sea Grant Graduate Trainee, as well as her current highly competitive marine policy fellowship, has provided her unique and valuable educational experiences.

Cindy Knapman
Communications Leader

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Publication Date
August 2014