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Christopher Oster, Ph.D. candidate in the energy and environmental policy program, has been selected as the Thomas J. O'Bryant fellow for The Eno Center for Transportation. The Eno Center is a non-partisan transportation centric think-tank covering all modes of transportation policy up and down the federalist chain.
The O'Bryant fellowship is a highly selective award given every summer to an outstanding student in the transportation field. The fellowship provides a high-quality professional development opportunity for aspiring transportation specialists. O'Bryant fellows gain in-depth knowledge of transportation policy and practice under the guidance of Eno staff.
Oster will also participate in the week long Future Leaders Development Conference, where he will meet with top federal officials, business leaders, and not-profit organizations and receive an in-depth look at how transportation policy is created.
Oster is the first UD student selected for this award. He will be an active contributor to Eno's weekly newsletter along with co-authoring reports with Eno staff.
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