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Current Funding Opportunities:
2021 Knauss Fellowship
Closes at: 5:00 PM Eastern on Friday, February 21, 2020.
Students w/ interest in ocean/coastal/Great Lakes resources & national policy decisions should apply



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 until the FY 19 budget uncertainties are resolved.

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.

Note:  There is no deadline.

Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship | Click Here

NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management is pleased to announce that the federal funding opportunity (FFO) for the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship has been published. This new program will offer graduate students admitted to or enrolled in a Master’s or Ph.D. program the opportunity to conduct estuarine research within a National Estuarine Research Reserve.

One fellowship will be offered at each of the 29 reserves in the national system. Fellows will focus their research on key reserve management questions. Each 2-year project will employ the tenets of collaborative research, including engaging end-users, incorporating multi-disciplinary perspectives, and ensuring outcomes are applicable to local management needs and decision-making. A strong emphasis will be placed on mentoring the fellows at a local and national level, as well as providing professional development opportunities to build the next generation of coastal professionals.

And for more information on the National Estuarine Research Reserves, visit coast.noaa.gov/nerrs.

Note: This call for applicants runs through Summer 2019.


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