» Woods Hole Sea Grant Biennial Request for Proposals
CLOSED. Next RFP is anticipated for 2019.
The next Program Development proposal deadline is 1 October 2018 (pending federal budget appropriations).
» National Sea Grant College: Hosting Undergraduate Workshops on Population and Ecosystem Dynamics
CLOSED. The National Sea Grant College Program, in partnership with the National Marine Fisheries Service and the NOAA Office of Education, anticipates having up to $140,000 available for Sea Grant programs and university or institutional partners to host one or more workshops for undergraduate students focused on population and ecosystem dynamics. The workshop(s) must be held between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2019. More information, including the complete announcement, is available at https://seagrant.noaa.gov/Funding. Please contact the director of Woods Hole Sea Grant, Matt Charette, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested in submitting a proposal. The deadline for applications is May 22, 2018.
» Northeast Sea Grant Consortium Regional Request for Proposals
CLOSED. Recognizing that some issues are best addressed at the regional scale, the Sea Grant Programs in the Northeast, through the Northeast Sea Grant Consortium, set aside funds for research proposals that have relevance to the Gulf of Maine and Greater New York Bight regions.
» NOAA Sea Grant National Aquaculture Initiative 2018
CLOSED. Deadline March 2, 2018 5:00 PM for submitting complete proposals to Woods Hole Sea Grant
Depending on appropriations, NOAA National Sea Grant College Program expects to have available a total of $7,000,000 to $11,000,000 across fiscal years 2018, 2019, and 2020 as part of the Sea Grant National Aquaculture Initiative (NAI). As part of the NAI, this competition is designed to foster the expansion of a sustainable U.S. ocean, coastal and Great Lakes aquaculture sector by addressing one or more of the following priorities: (a) supporting the development of emerging systems or technologies that will advance aquaculture in the U.S., including projects that will help stimulate aquaculture production by nascent industries; (b) developing and implementing actionable methods of communicating accurate, science based messages and information about the benefits and risks of U.S. marine aquaculture to the public; and (c) increasing the resiliency of aquaculture systems to natural hazards and changing conditions. Proposals must be submitted by the local Sea Grant program.
» Sea Grant Supported Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities
CLOSED. Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
Approximately thirty-five individuals are selected nationally for this prestigious Fellowship to spend a year in Washington, D.C., working in Congress or the Executive Branch on critical marine policy and resource management issues. Nominees must be enrolled in a U.S. accredited graduate or professional degree program in a marine or aquatic-related field in the U.S. or its territories as of the application deadline. If you are interested in applying for the Class of 2020 or have additional questions, please contact Matt Charette, director, Woods Hole Sea Grant, email@example.com.
For further information and selection criteria, please visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=298724.