Charlton Kūpaʻa Hee, Destiny Apilado, and Aaron Wehrman – incoming grad students in the Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Management – were selected to receive Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation fellowships to develop the next generation of natural resource management leaders from and for Hawaiʻi.
The students were chosen for their strong academic records as high school and undergraduate students, deep connections to and integration with the local conservation community, passion for the ʻāina (land) and keen interest in preserving and protecting natural resources, and commitment to a career that works toward preserving and sustaining the local environment.
The students will receive a tuition waiver, regular stipend plus fringe, and professional development funds.
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