Emily Chua and Claudia Mazur receive Warren-McLeod Fellowships
PhD students Emily Chua and Claudia Mazur have been awarded Warren-McLeod Fellowships for their marine science work. Chua will use her year-long award to help develop an underwater instrument to investigate biogeochemical processes occurring in marine sediments. Mazur will use her summer grant to study nitrogen cycling in coastal marine sediments. The Warren-McLeod Graduate Fellowship in Marine Science was established by Patricia Warren (the granddaughter of BU’s first President, William Fairfield Warren) in 1990 to support graduate students in the BU Marine Program (BUMP). Both Chua and Mazur are advised by Wally Fulweiler.