GA Sea Grant Fellowships

Administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Sea Grant is a national network of 33 university-based programs in each of the coastal U.S. states, Great Lakes region, Puerto Rico and Guam. For more than 40 years, Georgia Sea Grant (GASG) has been nominating qualified graduate students in GA for the prestigious “Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship” and the “Coastal Management Fellowship.” Graduate students, at any university, in any department and discipline, can apply. Former fellows have worked in the highest offices of the government as well as state coastal management agencies.

We are seeking a diverse pool of applicants for our 2019 fellowship opportunities. Please help us recruit some stellar graduate students for these amazing opportunities.

More information about the aforementioned fellowship programs can be found on the following web pages:

Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship:

Coastal Management Fellowship:

NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowship:

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Many thanks

Mona Behl, Ph.D.

Associate Director, The Georgia Sea Grant College Program

Public Service Faculty, Marine Extension Service

Adjunct Public Service Faculty, Department of Marine Sciences

The University of Georgia

1030 Chicopee Complex

1180 E Broad St

Athens, GA 30602