Left: Brooks Sherman, a UNCW graduate and former research assistant with the university’s aquaculture program, harvests black sea bass from a recirculating aquaculture system. Right: Market stage black sea bass produced in a recirculating aquaculture system.

NC Aquaculture Projects Earn National Sea Grant Funding

January 27, 2021 | Katie Mosher

Above: Brooks Sherman (left), a UNCW graduate and former research assistant with the university’s aquaculture program, harvests black sea bass from a recirculating aquaculture system. Market stage black sea bass (right), produced in a recirculating…

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North Carolina Sea Grant’s Fisheries Science Course Expands Content

January 27, 2021 | Dave Shaw

Scott Baker and Sara Mirabilio, fisheries specialists with over 40 years of combined experience, will bring together state experts in new virtual classes designed for recreational and commercial fishermen — and for anyone else interested in fisheries science.

Applications Open for 2021 NOAA Fisheries/National Sea Grant Fellowships

January 21, 2021 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting applications from North Carolina graduate students for the 2021 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries/National Sea Grant College Program fellowships. This opportunity is open to U.S. citizens who are doctoral students in academic institutions in the United States and its territories.

Applications Open for 2021-22 NC Sea Grant/Space Grant Graduate Fellowship

January 14, 2021 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina’s Sea Grant and Space Grant programs are accepting applications for a one-year Graduate Research Fellowship for 2021-22. The selected project will address a high-priority research need within North Carolina’s nearshore environs, coastal areas and watersheds.

Applications Open for NC Science and Technology Policy Fellowship

January 14, 2021 | Katie Mosher

North Carolina Sea Grant is accepting applications for the 2021-22 NC STEM Policy Fellowship. Graduate students will be placed into high-level state government offices focusing on policy topics related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics, often known collectively as STEM.