Population Dynamics & Marine Resource Economics Graduate Fellowship

This program provides support for graduate students working toward a Ph.D. in fisheries population dynamics or in marine resource, natural resource, or environmental economics. Two to four fellowships in each of the two areas of study are generally awarded each year. The fellowship was established in 1999 and is sponsored by the NOAA Fisheries and the National Sea Grant College Program.

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Geographic focus: Nationwide

Award: $43,500 per year for stipend, living expenses, tuition, and travel necessary to carry out research and attend annual Fellows meeting (rotating locations)


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