Suz- . Dun Miller. Ver>n Hus- Donna Mary .VC Senior Is Awarded cience Fellowship re from B 01 Vir from ANNVILLE, Pa. Ned Duane Duane Heindel, a senior majoring in ndustrial chemistry at Lebanon Valley College, has been awarded awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship that will en able him to study at the Univer- ity of Delaware for the 1959-60 academic year, according to ormation released by Dr. How- id A. Neidig, chairman of the department of 'chemistry at Lebanon Lebanon Valley. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Pen ose Heindel, Red Lion,, Ned i; an honor student at the college and was elected to Who's Who in American Universities and Col eges in November, 1958. He is active in the affairs of the senior class and is president of the Stu dent-Faculty Council of the col lege. National Science Foundation Cooperative Graduate Fellow ships are awarded to any citizen of the United States who has demonstrated ability and specia aptitude for advanced training in the sciences and who has been admitted to graduate status b> the participating institution he se lects. Recipients of the fellow ships will be required to devot full time to advanced scientifi work during the period of th award, including such teachin or similar duties as are in th institution's opinion contributor to their academic progress.