The North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute and North Carolina Sea Grant are pleased to announce a joint funding opportunity for graduate students in North Carolina. We intend to fund up to five projects at $10,000 each. Proposals are due by 12 p.m., May 1, 2017.
Scientists can play a critical role in informing public policy, yet most scientists lack the experience of working directly with government leaders in the lawmaking process. Now, teams in nine U.S. states — including North Carolina — will receive a planning grant to evaluate the potential to create a policy fellowship for scientists and engineers in their state capital. The new grant is administered by the California Council on Science and Technology, or CCST, to encourage other states to replicate or adapt its successful CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship.
Updated Feb. 9 with award information.
North Carolina Sea Grant is seeking abstracts for a student poster competition for North Carolina’s Coastal Conference, set for April 4 and 5 in Raleigh. Abstracts must be submitted by 5 p.m., Friday, March 17, 2017. Download a PDF of the event flyer here.
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The Holiday 2016 issue of Coastwatch magazine is now available. In this issue, learn the importance of environmental literacy to North Carolina Sea Grant’s mission; see Hurricane Matthew’s destruction and check in on recovery efforts; learn about growing oysters under your dock; check out some bluefish dishes and more.
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North Carolina Sea Grant invites preproposals for coastal and marine research projects for the 2018-2020 core funding cycle. Completed preproposals — due by 5 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 — are the required first step for this funding cycle.