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Jim Seeland, an Assistant Professor at University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) in the Fisheries Technologies Program, talks about their partnership with Douglas Island Pink and Chum, Inc. (DIPAC) to award an annual $3000 scholarship to a student who shoews promise in the field.

Alexandra Lyons is the first winner of the Di-Pech Fisheries Tech Scholarship. Lyons talks about how studying fishery tech has shaped her professional ambitions.