Clarkson grad student gets $3,500 scholarship toward St. Lawrence River mercury research
Friday, November 30, 2018 - 12:34 pm

Clarkson University graduate student Evie Brahmstedt, left, with Jaycee Hall of Akwesasne taking samples in the St. Lawrence River wetlands to study mercury content during an intensive field campaign to assess the impact of 2017 record river flooding on mercury mobilization.
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POTSDAM -- Clarkson University Ph.D. student Evie Brahmstedt has been awarded a $3,500 scholarship for her research studying mercury cycling in St. Lawrence River wetlands.

Brahmstedt, a graduate student in the Environmental Science & Engineering program of Clarkson’s Institute for a Sustainable Environment was awarded the scholarship by the Theodore Gordon Flyfishers Founders Fund at their annual reception in New York City recently.