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17 Pace students named to UN’s Millennium Fellowship with focus on clean water

More than 44,000 students applied for the UN’s Millennium Fellowship program. Those accepted represent more than 260 campuses across 38 countries.

News 12 Staff

Sep 12, 2023, 7:58 PM

Updated 282 days ago

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A record number of Pace University students have been named to the United Nations’ Millennium Fellowship program.
The students will spend a semester working on projects together focused on advancing the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals, which include eliminating poverty, ensuring access to clean energy and securing access to clean water.
The Pace students, part of Blue Colab Right to Know H20 team, will be focused on improving water quality and allowing people to know their drinking water quality.
More than 44,000 students applied for the UN’s Millennium Fellowship program. Those accepted represent more than 260 campuses across 38 countries.


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