noaa epp graduate research & training scholarship
 Program applications now open
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GRTSP Applications Now OPEN!

NOAA Educational Partnership with Minority Serving Institutions
Graduate Research & Training Scholarship Program (GRTSP)

Now Accepting Applications

Program Documentation

      Application Form 

All LMRCSC applications must be submitted through the Center Director,
Dr. Paulinus Chigbu. Applications due to Dr. Chigbu by June 5, 2015.
 No late Applications will be accepted.  



LMRCSC- UMCES students, Jeanette Davis and Kate Gillespie, successfully completed their Ph.D.s  (May 22, 2015)
LMRCSC-UMES student, Hector Malagon, completed his M.S. degree.  The title of Hector's thesis is: "Population Dynamics of Young of the Year Summer Flounder (Paralichthys Dentatus) in Maryland Coastal Bays". (May 22, 2015)
Shadaesha Green was awarded Outstanding Graduate Student Poster Presentation, February 2015,  PROMISE-AGEP Research Symposium& Professional Development Conference.
Shanai Brown (IMET intern from Morgan State Univ.):  awarded first prize Undergraduate Oral Presentation in Healthy Oceans at NOAA-EPP Forum. 

David Marsan: awarded first prize Graduate Poster Presentation in Healthy Oceans at NOAA-EPP Forum

Click here to view 7th Biennial NOAA EPP Forum video

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Fisheries resources sustain a significant proportion of the world’s population and support local economies throughout the world. The Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center exists to support the mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), research priorities of the NOAA Fisheries Service and the goals of NOAA's Educational Partnership Program through cutting edge research and training of students at all levels for careers in fisheries. 


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The Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center is supported by the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
 Award number: NA11SEC4810002