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Please click on the opportunity in the "Current Opportunities" table below for which you are interested in applying. If no opportunities are present in this table, please check back at a later date:

Current Funding Opportunities:
2022 NOAA Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowship Program
Closes at: 5:00 PM Eastern on Friday, January 21, 2022.
Eligible postgrad students w/ an interest in training opps in coastal resource management and policy
2022 NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowship
Closes at: 5:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, January 27, 2022.
Eligible postgrad students w/ an interest in research-based fellowships w/ up to 3 years of support.
2023 National Sea Grant College Program Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
Closes at: 5:00 PM Eastern on Friday, February 18, 2022.
Eligible students w/ an interest in ocean/coastal/GL resources & related national policy decisions

Other Current Funding Opportunities:

New York Sea Grant's Out-Of-Cycle Funding - Guidelines for applying | PDF

NOTICE: No new OOC applications will be reviewed at this time.

Background:  New York Sea Grant has limited funds each year that are available to support special funding requests. Such funding requests are referred to as “out of cycle” or OOC since they do not coincide with normal Calls for Proposals.  Previous guidelines focused on Conferences and Rapid Response Research mini-grants.

What's New:  Conferences and Rapid Response Research remain as important request options, but now two additional categories have been added:  New PI (principal investigator) Mini-Grants and Development Mini-Grants.

Addressing the Impacts of Multiple Stressors on Shellfish Aquaculture through Research/Industry Partnership | Click Here

Please note that Letters of Intent are due on December 15, 2020

Letters of Intent (LOIs) will allow the NSGO and the OAP to gauge interest and topics that maybe submitted.
To be eligible for awards, LOIs must be received via email by the Program Managers (oar.hq.sg.aquaculture@noaa.gov) by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on Tuesday, December 15, 2020.

Letters of Intent must provide the following information:

1. Cover page (maximum 1 page)

A. Project title and names, titles, affiliations, and contact information (email and phone number) of co-PIs

B. Projects must include at least two co-PIs, one researcher and one shellfish grower

C. Budget overview - Total cost and annual breakdown of requested funding by partner

2. Research Plan (maximum 1 page)

A. A brief discussion of the focal topic, project objectives, approach, and expected results

B. Include a brief budget justification that indicates the approximate funding to be requested and how it will be used

3. Statement describing plan for co-production of knowledge (maximum 1 page)

A. How will the researchers and industry partners work together throughout the entire duration of the proposed work (from conceptualization to knowledge dissemination and deliverable development)? What are the responsibilities of each team member? How will team members communicate, and how often will they meet to discuss the project?

B. Discuss how this proposal builds a new or strengthens an existing community of practice. Describe the composition of the community of practice and how it represents diverse perspectives.

Program managers from NOAA will review each LOI to determine whether it is responsive to the goals and priorities of this funding opportunity, as advertised in this notice. Emails to applicants are scheduled to be sent out approximately one month after the LOI due date to encourage or discourage a full application. The final decision to submit a full application will be made by the applicants, regardless of the recommendations made by the program manager. However, late LOIs will not be considered and any associated full applications will not be accepted.

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