Doctoral Student Earns Two Oceanography Fellowships
– Aurelie Moulin , a doctoral student in Florida Tech’s oceanography program, has earned a $5,127 David L. and Theresa G. Clayton Fellowship. She also
earned a $1,873 Gertrude E. Skelly Foundation Fellowship. Both are for the academic year, 2005-2006.
Recipient of a Florida Tech bachelor’s degree in oceanography in May, 2003, Moulin will complete a master’s degree in physical oceanography at Florida Tech
Moulin, from France, also was a recipient of a 10-week internship at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia during Summer 2004. She studied coastal
currents along the New Jersey coast.
David Clayton, who received a Florida Tech master’s degree in ocean engineering in 1983, is general manager of Vetrol Data Systems Inc. in Vero Beach and a
member of the Florida Tech Board of Trustees. Theresa “Terry” Clayton spent her professional career in education as an elementary teacher and specialist.
The Gertrude E. Skelly Foundation was established in 1991 to provide medical care and educational opportunities; awards are arranged by Erik Edward Joh,
Esq., Florida Tech Board of Trustees member.
The Department of Marine and Environmental Systems offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in
oceanography, environmental science, ocean engineering and meteorology.