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Alcorn Health Physics, Advanced Technologies student selected for the prestigious US EPA Fellowship
The Alcorn family is proud of George Osei, a junior majoring in the radiation technology/health physics program in the Department of Advanced Technologies, for being the recipient of the prestigious US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fellowship.
Every year, US EPA supports up to 40 outstanding undergraduate students nationwide to work on environment related research. The selection is very competitive and based on candidates’ grade point average, letters of support, and quality of their research project. The recipients of EPA fellowships are eligible to receive up to $10,000 a year in tuition expenses, $800 per month stipend, book and travel allowances, and a three-month internship with a stipend of up to $7,000 at EPA headquarters. The fellowship period is up to two years.