The Great Lakes Commission and Sea Grant are offering, for the fifteenth year, a fellowship position working with “members of the Great Lakes’ science, policy and information/education communities to advance the environmental quality and sustainable development goals of the Great Lakes states.”
The fellowship is a one-year, non-renewable position with the Great Lakes Commission office in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the selected student will be involved with research coordination and policy analysis.
Applications are welcome from students in graduate or professional degree programs in “public policy, public health, natural resources, aquatic sciences or other related field.”
For complete details on the fellowship and the application process, visit the fellowship website.
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