UF PACKAGING SCIENCE GRAD WINS SCHOLARSHIP

University of Florida graduate student William Pelletier was selected this summer as the recipient of the 2004 Walter H. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship award, presented by George F.

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Johnson, treasurer for The Intl. Air Cargo Assn. Nominated by Dr. Jean-Pierre Emond, an associate professor of Packaging Science at UF, Pelletier earned $25ꯠ. His winning research project focused on analyzing variations of temperature, relative humidity, and pressure inside aircraft cargo holds to develop more effective packaging technologies. For more information, visit www.pkg.ufl.edu.

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