Friday, May 26, 2017

Welcome 2017 Doyle Fellows!

Congratulations to the three recipients of the 2017 Doyle Fellowhship.

Meghan Woods will be working with Gabby Bradt on green crabs, Erich Berghahn will be working with Michael Chambers in aquaculture, and Trevor Burns will work with Alyson Eberhardt and Caitlin Peterson and our citizen scientists.

We look forward to an exciting summer, so stay tuned and keep up with our fellows' experiences.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Accepting Applications for Summer 2017

New Hampshire Sea Grant is currently accepting applications for the 2017 Brian E. Doyle Undergraduate Marine Extension Fellowship. Students entering their junior or senior year - as well as graduating seniors - from any four-year undergraduate institution in N.H. are eligible to apply. Recipients earn a $3,000 stipend for an internship opportunity over eight weeks this summer. Fellows will work with N.H. Sea Grant staff to help individuals and organizations make informed decisions about marine resources.
Fellowship opportunities available in:
  • Seaweed aquaculture
  • Sand dune restoration
  • Invasive green crab bio-control
  • Marine science communications
APPLY BY MARCH 24, 2017 
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