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Marine Science and Engineering in China Sponsored by National Science Foundation

in cooperation with Ocean University of Qingdao (http://www.ouqd.edu.cn/)

and Dalian University of Technology (http://www.dlut.edu.cn/)




"The international dimension of the National Science Foundation (http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/int/pubs/97overview/fulfill.html)'s mission is to advance U.S. science and engineering through international activities consistent with the increasingly global nature of research and education and to ensure that U.S. scientists and engineers develop the international experience and capabilities to support and participate in these activities." - NSF Mission Statement




Program Directors

Professors Hung Tao Shen & Hayley Shen

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Clarkson University (http://www.clarkson.edu/)

Email: htshen@clarkson.edu or hhshen@clarkson.edu

Phone: (315) 268-6606 or 6614

Websites: http://www.clarkson.edu/~htshen/, http://www.clarkson.edu/~hhshen/

Brief Program Information



11-week (May 30 to Aug. 10) summer research program in Marine Science and Engineering.

Research topics include environmental science, marine biology, oceanography, structure engineering, coastal engineering, material science, and others.

Each student will receive a stipend of $3,000, plus travel expenses, and room & board.

Students don't need to know Chinese. Students will communicate with research mentors in English.


Who should apply Highly motivated undergraduate students in Engineering and Science, who are interested in gaining first hand research and international experience at top research universities in China. (Application Deadline: March 10, 2001)

Please email Drs. Hung Tao Shen [htshen@clarkson.edu] or Hayley Shen [hhshen@clarkson.edu], Program Directors, if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions.



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