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42 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, August 16 1996 Interns team up with marine scientists in Lewes for summer research The 1996 Marine Sciences Summer Internship Program at the University of Delaware College of Marine Studies (CMS) has nine undergraduate students conduct- ing marine research under the guidance of university faculty. Josh Sharp, Lewes native and a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, is one of this summer's interns. Sharp is a senior geology major at Princeton University. He is working with Dr. George Luther, investigating mercury sul- fide chemistry to better under- stand the role of mercury in the environment. According to Jonathan H. Sharp, program director and oceanography professor, the CMS program is one of the longest run- ning of such marine programs na- tionwide. He said to goal is to introduce Participants in the CMS Summer Internship Program are Roxanne Candelaria and Alex Curtis, seated left; Josh Sharp and Brian Luketin, standing; and David Wu, Susan Thomp- son, Ermelinda Harper, Ilana Liebert and Kurt Galbreath, on stairs, top to bottom. talented students from a variety of academic backgrounds to marine sciences. The program features hands-on experience and insight into the profession of marine sci- ence. The interns have worked on in- dividual projects through the sum- met and learned basic techniques for gathering data and samples at sea while on the college 120-foot vessel, the R/V Cape Henlopen. In addition to Josh Sharp, the 1996 interns are the following: Roxanne Candelaria, Albu- querque, NM, biology major a =- the University of Mexico,stndy ," ing with Dr. Doug Miller Alex Curtis, Washington, D.C., biology major at Yale Uni- versity, studying with Dr. Charles Epifanio Kurt Galbreath, Evergreen Park, Ill., biology major at Illinois Wesleyan University, studying with Dr. Patrick Gaffney Ermelinda Harper, White Lake, Mich., biochemistry major at Eastern Michigan University, studying with Dr. Craig Gary Ilana Leibert, Peabody, Mass., environmental earth sciences ma- jor at Dartmouth College, study- ing with Dr. William Ullman Brian Luketin, St. Peters, Mo., biology major at Washington Uni- versity, studying with Dr. Ana Dittel Susan Thompson, Atlanta, Ga., biology and environmental sci- ence and policy major at Duke University, studying with Dr. David Kirchman David Wu, Winston-Salem, NC, marine biology and history major at Duke University, study- ing with Dr. Sharp College juniors interested in the internship program may contact Dr. Sharp, Graduate College of Marine Studies, 700 Pilottown Rd., Lewes, DE 19958. Applica- tions for summer of 1997 are due by March 1. ,, ] She owns car. a good computer operator. Jack is They are good managers. ...when you specifi/how persons or things act. She drives well.  Jack operates a computer well. They manage well on his salary. "Good", an adjective, usually precedes the noun (a good speaker). %Velr', an adverb, generally follows the verb (he speaks well). Now test yourself. Check the correct box. Example: The children got along very good n well . 1. Nan did good Q well O in real estate. 2. He held up well Q good l under pressure. 3. They could not hear good l well l. 4. The new store should do well  good Q. 5. Our horse ran good Q well  today. Answers: All are "well" lil ii00ii+ ii ii iiiiiiii00il [  Upgrade your English, your job, your future  [ Prepared by Ward Holm Tanzer Associates. Complete set of 25 Grammar Guides attractively bound with index. Available at the Cape Gazette office: Shoppcs of Camelot, Route 1, Rehoboth Beach 226-2273 Space courtesy of tlw Cape Gazette. "When I go to college, I'm going to read all about home in the Cape Gazette." Going off to college can be exciting and frightening. Remind your son or daughter every week that home turf provides a good anchorage. A subscription to the Cape Gazette is like a letter from home every week. I I [| Addre:ss: 2 I :- II I ,,, "emVe:l?CllS:2poan che:aek forGazeH2 fEl:ni3?eemwe:?thlS958 I L _ _ __ 2nclomm startlnAdateandmmendlnmmg datmme IfmmSSlbmmlemm -- i --- J