Gustaaf Marinus Hallegraeff, Professor at the University of Tasmania, Has Been Named Princeton Premiers Honored Member in Education

Tasmania, Australia, December 17, 2007 --( Gustaaf Marinus Hallegraeff, Professor at the University of Tasmania, has been named Princeton Premiers Honored Member in Education. Gustaaf makes his home in Tasmania Australia and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam and his Doctorate of Science from the University of Tasmania. Gustaaf Marinus Hallegraeff 's personal specialty is in marine plankton biology. Gustaaf researches micro-algal blooms, ship ballast water transport and climate change. Gustaaf is an intellectual who passes his vast knowledge down to his students.

In his spare time Gustaaf enjoys gardening and other activities. He keeps up with current trends and news within his industry by reading his favorite business publication, New Scientist. Gustaaf gives back to the community by contributing to various local charities. Gustaaf is also a proud member of The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) which is an association of professional men and women who are elected as Fellows of the Academy on the basis of their achievement in the application of science, technology and engineering to Australian life.

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