Coasts and Communities Fellowship Program
Coastal communities around the world are on the front lines of global environmental change. Small island states are threatened with extinction due to rising ocean levels; coastlines in North America are battered by storms; and communities along rivers across the globe experience dramatic environmental change. Read more about the Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program at the National Science Foundation here.
Jeremiah Asaka performing field work in Kenya.
All coasts and communities fellows participate in an international activity in the Horn of Africa. Jeremiah Asaka, Coasts and Communities fellow'14, is conducting his field work in the northern rangelands of Kenya.
- Applications for IGERT fellowships are now CLOSED. The deadline for application submission is February 15.
- Applications for IGERT fellows are accepted annually from November 15 to February 15, while applications for associate fellows are accepted from April 1 to August 15.
- Sixty-two students from six colleges and universities presented their research at the 4th Annual Environmental Research Colloquium. Fifteen employers joined the Colloquium for the day to recruit students. Thank you to all who participated and made this event a success!
- Join us on April 19 for the 5th Annual Environmental Research Colloquium and Intercampus Marine Science Symposium. Participation is free but you need to be registered to attend.