Sea Grant

The Shoals Marine Laboratory, with funding from New Hampshire Sea Grant offsite link, is offering a course for students on sustainable fisheries. Students will explore the theory and practice of fisheries sustainability through unique interactions with local fishermen and practitioners working in the Gulf of Maine.

Course dates: May 30, 2022 to June 13, 2022

Prerequisites: One semester of college-level biology.

Audience:
Undergraduate
Graduate
Opportunity Type:
Program

Woods Hole Sea Grant (WHSG) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sea Grant (MITSG) are pleased to jointly invite qualified individuals to submit applications for the Massachusetts Sea Grant Graduate Research Fellowship.

The purpose of this fellowship is to support exceptional prospective graduate students who are engaged in coastal and marine research that furthers the goals of the Woods Hole Sea Grant and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sea Grant programs. Two (2) two-year Graduate Student Fellowships will be awarded, with a maximum Sea Grant support of $40,000/year for a total of $80,000 for stipend and tuition costs for each Fellow over the two-year period. Fellowships will require a match of $1 of non-federal funds for every $2 of federal Sea Grant funds requested.

Contact: Jennie Rheuban, Research Coordinator, WHSG: seagrant-research@whoi.edu

Important date: Applications close 4:30 pm Eastern Time, Friday, October 1, 2021

Eligibility: Eligible applicants include students that a) are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or joint bachelor’s/master’s program, or b) are not currently enrolled in any graduate program and plan to attend a graduate program in Fall 2022 in Massachusetts.

Audience:
Undergraduate
Graduate
Opportunity Type:
Fellowship