University of South Florida graduate student Cheryl Rodriguez has received the 1990-91 Congressional Fellowship on Women and Public Policy. The program places graduate students from colleges across the nation in congressional offices so they can gain experience in the national policy-making process. Rodriguez has chosen to work for the House Select Committee on Hunger. She will be responsible for research on policies related to poverty and malnutrition. Selection for the award is based on academic performance, experience with community groups and interest in the effect of gender issues on the policy process.