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Sea Grant Knauss Fellowships

Applications due February 15, 2013

Knauss Class of 2011 with Under Secretary Lubchenco

Class of 2014 Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship applications are due by 5:00 pm local time on February 15, 2013 to eligible Sea Grant Programs and Projects.  

Official application can be found in the 2014 Federal Funding Opportunity.
Additional information for applicants is available on the following pages:
Application Information 
Creating an application
Past Position Descriptions
Contact Julia Galkiewicz with questions

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