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Marine Biology Degree Leads to Career in Energy Policy

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Published on Jan 10, 2014

John Hayse earned his Master's of Science in Marine Biology degree from the College of Charleston, then went on to earn his Ph.D. and work at Argonne National Laboratories. Hayse says the research processes he learned and the opportunities he was afforded at the College's Grice Marine Lab helped his career tremendously.

Argonne is poised to help the nation build an economy fueled by safe, clean, renewable energy and free from dependence on foreign oil. Hayse works in the Environmental Science Division, which conducts research and assessment on natural and human-managed systems to understand how these systems could change as a result of energy development, emerging national policies, and energy-economic interactions of national and international significance. His research assists the nation's policy-makers in making informed decisions based on rigorous science and engineering analyses.

More information about the M.S. In Marine Biology: http://cofc.edu/academics/graduate-de...
More information about Grice Marine Lab: http://gricemarinelab.cofc.edu/

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