The Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship is a one year paid fellowship that gives graduate students the opportunity to explore national policy decisions that affect ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes resources. This fellowship matches graduate students with hosts in the legislative and executive branches of government in the Washington, D.C. area.
If interested in applying, please contact Ohio Sea Grant prior to the application deadline of February 19, 2021. Learn more and apply here.
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At Washington State University, graduate students from a variety of disciplines have the opportunity to study the response of materials to extreme conditions at the Institute for Shock Physics (ISP). While studying in relevant departments (physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, and geo/planetary science), students may conduct their PhD research at ISP. Conducting research at ISP gives students the opportunity to:
- participate in innovative, multidisciplinary research alongside internationally renowned scientists
- grow in independent thinking skills and hands-on experience
- access the Department of Energy National Laboratories
- work in state-of-the-art facilities, including the Dynamic Compression Sector located at the Advanced Photon Source
ISP offers students the chance to become well educated and rigorously trained to move on to a successful professional career. ISP students are known to become leaders in the field. Scholarships and financial support are available for outstanding students.
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The CFAES Knowledge Exchange is currently offering a science communication scholarship opportunity. They are seeking students who are interested in developing creative science communication projects that solve one of a few Grand Challenges: water quality, rural-urban interface, farm and community stress, food security, and food waste. Finalists will receive up to $500 in scholarships. More information can be found here.
Submissions are due November 22 at 11:59pm and can be uploaded here. If you have questions, please contact Katie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.