Apply Now for a Joint Fellowship with Sea Grant and National Marine Fisheries
Since 1999, this fellowship program has trained the next generation of specialized experts in fisheries research...
Contact: John Fear, email@example.com.
North Carolina Sea Grant is now accepting applications from doctoral students for the 2024 National Marine Fisheries and National Sea Grant Fellowships in “Population and Ecosystem Dynamics” and “Marine Resource Economics.” Applications are due by 5 p.m. Eastern on Jan. 25, 2024.
“Since 1999, this fellowship program has trained the next generation of specialized experts in fisheries research,” says John Fear, deputy director of North Carolina Sea Grant. “The program supports students pursuing degrees in fields related to fisheries research to help fulfill workforce development needs.”
North Carolina Sea Grant only is accepting applications from doctoral students enrolled in North Carolina academic institutions. Students from other states can access information about how to apply from the National Sea Grant Office.
The program anticipates funding fellows in two categories: “Population and Ecosystem Dynamics” and “Marine Resource Economics.” Applicants should follow instructions to identify the specific concentration that interests them.
Sea Grant champions diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and accessibility (DEIJA) by recruiting, retaining, and preparing a diverse workforce. The program is committed to building inclusive research, extension, communication, and education programs that serve people with unique backgrounds, circumstances, needs, perspectives, and ways of thinking.
Sea Grant encourages applicants of all ages, races, ethnicities, national origins, gender identities, sexual orientations, disabilities, cultures, religions, marital statuses, education levels, job classifications, incomes, types of veteran status, and types of socioeconomic status.
The fellowship offers funding for up to three years and requires cost sharing by each selected doctoral student’s institution of higher education.
Contact John Fear with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.