skip to main content | skip to footer
N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Coastal Management - N.C. Coastal Reserve and Sea Grant seek 2012 fellow

Coastal Management

Web Content Display Web Content Display

N.C. Coastal Reserve and Sea Grant seek 2012 fellow

DCM’s National Estuarine Research Reserve and Coastal Reserve Program and North Carolina Sea Grant are accepting applications for a North Carolina-based graduate student to conduct research in one of the state’s 10 coastal reserve sites.

Projects for the 2012 Coastal Research Fellowship Program must address a coastal management issue in the following focus areas: climate change impacts to coastal areas, estuarine ecology and eutrophication, invasive species, and impacts of changing watershed land use.

Projects will begin in the spring semester of 2012. All work must be completed by Sept. 30, 2012. Total funding is limited to $5,000, which will be awarded to the student’s major professor.

Applicants must be graduate students in good academic standing who are attending an accredited North Carolina university or college. Proposed work must be conducted in one of the state’s 10 reserve sites: Currituck Banks, Kitty Hawk Woods, Buxton Woods, Emily and Richardson Preyer Buckridge, Rachel Carson, Permuda Island, Masonboro Island, Bald Head Woods, Zeke’s Island, and Bird Island.

To apply, candidates must send a three-page proposal, a current curriculum vitae and letter of support from a major professor. Proposal format and other details are available online at: http://www.ncseagrant.org/home/research/fellowships.

For more information, contact John Fear, research coordinator with the N.C. Coastal Reserve program, at john.fear@ncdenr.gov; or Steve Rebach, with North Carolina Sea Grant at srebach@ncsu.edu.

The application deadline is 5 p.m. Dec. 16. Applications should be sent via e-mail to john.fear@ncdenr.gov. Incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

 

Last Modified: November 15, 2011

N.C. Division of Coastal Management . 400 Commerce Ave . Morehead City, NC 28557
1-888-4RCOAST . Email Us

 
38319 FEEDBACK

Your input is valuable to us. Please send us your feedback.

What type of feedback would you like to send?*

Ask a Question Report a Problem Have a Concern Make a Comment

(If you would like us to respond please include your phone or e-mail.)

Your Question has been sent. Thank you!

An internal server error prevented Your Question from being sent.
Please try again later, or call Toll-Free (877) 623-6748 for immediate assistance.

Please complete all highlighted items

Your Problem has been sent. Thank you!

An internal server error prevented Your Question from being sent.
Please try again later, or call Toll-Free (877) 623-6748 for immediate assistance.

Please complete all highlighted items

Your Concern has been sent. Thank you!

An internal server error prevented Your Question from being sent.
Please try again later, or call Toll-Free (877) 623-6748 for immediate assistance.

Please complete all highlighted items

Your Comment has been sent. Thank you!

An internal server error prevented Your Question from being sent.
Please try again later, or call Toll-Free (877) 623-6748 for immediate assistance.

Please complete all highlighted items

*If you are a DENR employee with an I.T. issue, please submit a DOTS ticket.