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University of Miami student awarded joint Sea Grant/NOAA Fisheries fellowship

University of Miami student awarded joint Sea Grant/NOAA Fisheries fellowship

Matthew Nuttall, a doctoral student, plans to study the stock assessment of Gulf menhaden during his time as a NOAA National Marine Fisheries Population Dynamics fellow.

Former Guy Harvey Scholar to serve as a NOAA Coastal Management Fellow

Former Guy Harvey Scholar to serve as a NOAA Coastal Management Fellow

Caitlin Pomerance has earned the prestigious NOAA Coastal Management Fellowship, where she will help create a coral reef management strategy for southeast Florida.

Florida Sea Grant receives $300K to support Gulf oil spill science outreach and education

Florida Sea Grant receives $300K to support Gulf oil spill science outreach and education

Florida Sea Grant has recently been awarded $308,206 to help create a new science education program on oil spill research results for industry and coastal communities.

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