Seton Hall University

Seton Hall University Awarded $281,000 Wind Institute Fellowship Program  

The Office of Grants and Research Services is excited to announce that the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has approved its grant application for the Wind Institute Fellowship Program.

This Fellowship Program is designed to support the further development of offshore wind research in New Jersey at private research universities and will run through the academic year 2024-2025. It will include undergraduate (juniors and seniors) and graduate (master's and Ph.D.) students performing research with their respective faculty advisor(s). Fellows from all participating educational institutions will come together as a cohort and participate in several activities, including industrial training, guest lectures, site visits, and other activities coordinated by NJEDA.

This institutional grant is a collaboration of the Office of Grants and Research Services (OGRS) and Interim Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Assessment Jonathan Farina, Ph.D. 

About the New Jersey Economic Development Authority
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) serves as the State’s principal agency for driving economic growth. The NJEDA is committed to making New Jersey a national model for inclusive and sustainable economic development by focusing on key strategies to help build strong and dynamic communities, create good jobs for New Jersey residents, and provide pathways to a stronger and fairer economy. Through partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders, the NJEDA creates and implements initiatives to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life in the State and strengthen New Jersey’s long-term economic competitiveness.

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