Graduate Student Awarded Skelly Fellowship
MELBOURNE, FLA.–Natalie Lamberton, a Florida Tech master’s degree student in meteorology, has been awarded a $1,500 Gertrude E. Skelly Fellowship for the
spring 2007 semester. She earned a Florida Tech bachelor’s degree in meteorology in 2006.
Lamberton’s new fellowship was funded by the Gertrude E. Skelly Charitable Foundation with a match by the F.W. Olin Foundation of New York.
The late Gertrude E. Skelly established the Boynton Beach, Fla., foundation in 1991 to provide medical care and educational opportunities for those who
cannot otherwise afford them. Fellowships are arranged by Erik Edward Joh, Esq. The Skelly fellowship is awarded to deserving graduate students in the
Department of Marine and Environmental Systems.
Florida Tech’s environmental science program is part of the Department of Marine and Environmental Systems. The department offers undergraduate and
graduate degrees in oceanography, environmental science, ocean engineering and meteorology.