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CSU Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is now recruiting for 4 funded Masters student positions. Students applying to the Environmental Science Program at CSUMB or Marine Science Program at Moss Landing Marine Labs (via CSUMB) are eligible to apply. All four positions would start in Fall 2020.
Three students will be supported by the NOAA Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Graduate Fellowship. Support includes:
1. Stipend support of $20,000/year for two years. (Third year available depending on degree progress)
2.In state tuition support.
3. $10,000 research scholarship.
4. Access to paid NOAA internships and conference travel.
Application Deadline: February 01, 2020
One student will be supported by the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship. The program supports graduate student research at each of the 29 National Estuarine Research Reserve Sites. We are recruiting one graduate student to conduct thesis research at our regional estuary site; Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. Two years of funding support is provided which includes.
1. $34,000/year in stipend
2. $7,000 travel support
3 $7,000/year research support
Application Deadline: December 20, 2019
Note: Students applying to UC Santa Cruz are also eligible for this fellowship. Dr Kerstin Wasson (kerstin.wasson@gmail.com) can be contacted about applying through UCSC.
Additional information on the two programs can be found here: https://csumb.edu/cme/graduate-students

I’ve also attached a flyer with additional details on the NOAA center fellowship.

Prospective students can contact us at our program email address: cme@csumb.edu
One student will be supported by the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship. The program supports graduate student research at each of the 29 National Estuarine Research Reserve Sites. We are recruiting one graduate student to conduct thesis research at our regional estuary site; Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. Two years of funding support is provided which includes.
1. $34,000/year in stipend
2. $7,000 travel support
3 $7,000/year research support
Application Deadline: December 20, 2019
Note: Students applying to UC Santa Cruz are also eligible for this fellowship. Dr Kerstin Wasson (kerstin.wasson@gmail.com) can be contacted about applying through UCSC.
Additional information on the two programs can be found here: https://csumb.edu/cme/graduate-students

I’ve also attached a flyer with additional details on the NOAA center fellowship.

Prospective students can contact us at our program email address: cme@csumb.edu

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