“With each year and class, we continue to be more impressed with the Sea Grant Knauss fellows,” says Jonathan Pennock, National Sea Grant College Program director. “They bring fresh perspectives and experiences to the coastal and marine science and policy work happening in D.C., and they continue to raise the bar for us all.”
As 2019 comes to an end, North Carolina Sea Grant has several calls for proposals and fellowship opportunities with deadlines in early 2020. Funding includes projects with varied scopes and objectives.
University students and early to mid-career professionals are invited to register for a Nov. 18 workshop — one day ahead of the North Carolina Coastal Conference in Wilmington. The Coastal Society is partnering with North Carolina Sea Grant to host the next Margaret A. Davidson Coastal Career Development Program.
Join Paul Hosier, author of Seacoast Plants of the Carolinas: A New Guide for Plant Identification and Use in the Coastal Landscape and professor emeritus at University of North Carolina Wilmington, at these upcoming coastal events.
As the state prepares for Hurricane Dorian, North Carolina Sea Grant has extended its deadline for proposals to present at the 2019 NC Coastal Conference.