RWU’s Baillargeon chosen for environmental-change fellowship

GABRIELLE BAILLARGEON, a sophomore at Roger Williams University, is one of eight students to be selected for the Ocean Global Change Biology Research Experience for Undergraduates fellowship at the University of California Santa Barbara. / COURTESY RWU/COURTNEY DELL’AGNESE
GABRIELLE BAILLARGEON, a sophomore at Roger Williams University, is one of eight students to be selected for the Ocean Global Change Biology Research Experience for Undergraduates fellowship at the University of California Santa Barbara. / COURTESY RWU/COURTNEY DELL’AGNESE
BRISTOL – Roger Williams University sophomore Gabrielle Baillargeon is one of eight students chosen from across the nation for a research fellowship, the Ocean Global Change Biology Research Experience for Undergraduates, at the University of California Santa Barbara. “I want to go to grad school and I’d like to know what I’d want to research…

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