Opportunity for eligible graduate students to spend one year in Washington D.C. as a Knauss Marine Policy Fellow to work on important marine policy and management issues.
Any graduate students, regardless of citizenship, in the natural and social sciences as well as law or related fields who are enrolled through an accredited institution towards a degree at any point between the onset of the 2023 Fall Term and February 15, 2024, and have a demonstrated interest in ocean and coastal issues are invited to apply for this paid fellowship.
Rhode Island applications are due to the Rhode Island Sea Grant (RISG) office by February 15, 2024 by 5:00 PM EST.
All applications must be submitted through the eSeaGrant web platform. RISG will be hosting three virtual information sessions to provide information on fellowship details, accessing eSeaGrant and developing a fellowship application.
Session 1: Introduction to Rhode Island Sea Grant
Session 2: Developing your Knauss Application
Session 3: Q&A