Michigan Sea Grant –MSU Extension Graduate Fellows Program

Are you interested in connecting your research with stakeholders? Interested in making a difference in communities or informing policy discussions? Interested in outreach and Extension engagement as a career pathway?

In partnership with MSU Graduate School, University Outreach & Engagement, and MSU Extension-Michigan Sea Grant, we invite you to consider applying for our Michigan Sea Grant –MSU Extension Graduate Fellows Program.

The Michigan Sea Grant Extension Fellows Program is designed for Michigan State University master’s or doctoral students interested in engaged scholarship for research and extension engagement within the Great Lakes Region.

The program will enable graduate students interested in community-engaged scholarship and outreach and engagement relating to global freshwater fisheries; fisheries and food security; water quality, supply, and human health; Great Lakes commerce and transportation; or telecoupled systems to develop skills for helping decision-makers and other stakeholders to clarify actions or policy options, serving as honest brokers of policy alternatives, on issues important to the sustainability of the Great Lakes Region.

Please visit the program and application page to learn more: http://bit.ly/2019Fellows

Applications are due September 12, 2019.

Please contact Dr. Heather A. Triezenberg with any questions.

Heather A. Triezenberg, Ph.D.
Extension Specialist and Program Leader, Michigan Sea Grant
Michigan State University Extension
Fisheries and Wildlife Dept., Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability
1405 S. Harrison Rd. Manly Miles Building 305
East Lansing, MI 48823