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The NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center is a collaborative partnership between NOAA Fisheries and 6 institutions:  the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Savannah State University, Delaware State University, Hampton University, the University of Maryland Center for Marine Biotechnology, and the Rosentiel School for Marine  and Atmospheric Science. You can reach our poetry writing service at and start with simple order for your ongoing and/or future projects.


About the NOAA Graduate Research and Training Scholarship Pilot Program

The NOAA Graduate Research and Training Scholarship Program (GRTSP) leverages the initial investment made by the agency in the NOAA EPP/MSI Cooperative Science Centers (CSC). GRTSP is intended to help establish a pipeline of well trained and educated individuals who attend Minority Serving Institutions, and earn degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines that support NOAA’s mission.

The EPP/MSI supports NOAA succession planning efforts and helps to diversify the human capital in NOAA and the nation’s science, technology, resource management and policy workforce. The program supports outstanding graduate students in NOAA-supported fields who are pursuing research-based masters and doctoral degrees at accredited academic institutions that are NOAA Cooperative Science Centers (CSC).

GRTSP scholars have a unique opportunity to become engaged in NOAA mission research activities collaborating with NOAA scientists and managers at a NOAA facility when selected. Scholars’ graduate education will be enhanced with real world experiential training that would contribute to an innovation with 21st century workplace competencies. NOAA also benefits from this scholarship program by ensuring that graduate education at EPP/MSI CSC institutions are responding to current and future needs of the agency.

GRTSP scholars are expected to contribute to research, teaching, and innovations in STEM disciplines, building upon the capacity developed at the CSCs and to further strengthen the partnerships created with NOAA over the past 15 years. The scholarship is competitive, and students are nominated by their respective Center Director. CSC students interested in applying for a GRTSP award should request an application from their respective Center Director.

Application for NOAA Graduate Research and Training Scholarship Pilot Program

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