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UM doctoral student receives the Zale Parry Scholarship from Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences
Date:1/20/2011

baric chambers. In 1954, Parry set a woman's deep diving record at 209 ft/64 meters in the open sea as part of an experiment to test the Hope-Page non-return valve mouthpiece, which from that day forward became a standard feature in all regulators. Zale was the third female instructor to graduate from the L.A. County UICC program and served for many years as a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. Zale continues to lecture throughout the United States, and she is writing a four-volume book, Scuba America: The Human History of the Sport of Diving, to record and preserve the annals of diving. Zale is a NOGI (New Orleans Grand Isle) Fellow and the Ambassador at Large for the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences.

"While I am extremely honored just to have been called up to the podium and receive the award, meeting Zale Parry and other pioneers in the diving community was the most amazing experience at the NOGI Awards Gala," said Weinstein. "The award, as well as the new contacts I made within the prestigious Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences, will help me to continue with my research at Rosenstiel School and in the U.S. Virgin Islands, to help further understanding and preservation of the underwater world."


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Contact: Barbra Gonzalez
barbgo@rsmas.miami.edu
305-421-4704
University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
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