North Carolina’s newest STEM Policy Fellows are starting their year-long assignments in high-level state government offices. Now in its third year, the fellowship is an opportunity for recent graduate students to explore in-state, non-academic career options in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Dan DiNicola has joined North Carolina Sea Grant as a science writer and digital content producer.
NOAA and Sea Grant have announced their finalists for the 2023 class of the Sea Grant John A. Knauss Policy Fellowship program, named after John A. Knauss, who founded the National Sea Grant program and served as administrator of the NOAA.
North Carolina partners interested in new NOAA Sea Grant funding for a new Marine Debris Challenge Competition should contact North Carolina Sea Grant quickly, as letters of intent are due in early August and must be submitted by a Sea Grant program.
The summer issue of North Carolina Sea Grant’s award-winning Coastwatch magazine features an in-depth interview with longtime shrimper Harry Bryant, a new study showing links between climate change and the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and much more.