2018-19 Research Call RFP

Pre-proposals are currently being accepted for NYSG's Biennial Research Call for 2018-2019. Deadline for online submissions is 4:30 PM on Monday, February 27, 2017. Approximately $120,000 per year for 2 years (beginning 2/1/2018) to support about 5-7 projects. More: www.nyseagrant.org/proposals.

Also, graduate and/or postgraduates can apply for fellowships: NOAA Coastal Management; Great Lakes Commission – Sea Grant; Two from National Marine Fisheries Service – Sea Grant; and the Knauss Marine Policy. Deadlines and details for each via the link above.

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To keep tabs on all of NYSG's coastal science news, you can sign up for our e-list anytime in a few quick clicks at www.nyseagrant.org/nycoastlines.

NYSG's flagship publication, New York Coastlines / Currents is published several times a year.

This publication highlights the program's various research, extension and education endeavors throughout New York's marine and Great Lakes waters.

Our next issue is slated for release by late Winter 2017.


Job Opportunities:

  • Applications are being accepted for our new full-time Great Lakes Coastal Processes Specialist. A review of submissions received will commence on February 13, 2017 for this position, which will be located at either SUNY Oswego or Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County in Newark, NY.

  • Applications are being accepted for our new full-time Marine District Coastal Processes and Hazards Specialist. A review of submissions received will commence on February 27, 2017 for this position, which will be located in Stony Brook, NY.

Here's how you can best stay connected with New York Sea Grant for updates on the various coastal science-based research, extension and education efforts that we support throughout New York State:

  • Our RSS Feed includes News (aka "Currents"), Press Releases and Funding Opportunities. You can also keep up-to-date with information posted on any or all of these topics by clicking on the orange button on the top left of any page on our site. Then, click on the topic that you are interested from the list to add the feed to your feed reader.

  • Find us on Facebook and Twitter, where we provide regular program updates on our events, opportunities and activities as well as our monthly  "Social Media Review" of news you may have missed from New York Sea Grant and other NOAA line offices.

  • We also have plenty of new and archived video clips on a variety of coastal topics on our YouTube channel.

  • #TrendingTopics: Check out our content on a variety of coastal science topics in our Currents archives, www.nyseagrant.org/currentsarchives.

  • We produce an e-newsletter 1-2 times a year. Sign up in a few clicks at www.nyseagrant.org/nycoastlines.


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