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Lekelia Jenkins Ph.D. (M5) Accepts David H. Smith Conservation Research Postdoctoral Fellowship

Dr. Lekelia "Kiki" Jenkins (M5) '97, biological sciences recently accepted the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship and Ford Postdoctoral Diversity Fellowship.

The Smith Fellowship is the most prestigious and competitive postdoctoral fellowship in the field of conservation. Dr. Jenkins will be based at the University of Washington and will conduct research in Mexico, Costa Rica and Ecuador. To learn more about Dr. Jenkin's project, click here.

Dr. Jenkins earned her Ph.D. in marine science and conservation from Duke University in 2006.


Posted by Stanyell Bruce on June 25, 2009 12:52 PM |

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