Deadline: 15 January 2024
Applications to be considered must address questions from a wide range of fields in sea turtle research and conservation including, but not limited to life history studies, oceanography, marine affairs, environmental sciences, public policy, community planning and natural resources.
- One merit-based award of $2,500 will be made annually to a student at the Masters or Ph.D. level, based upon available funds.
- Be a student enrolled in an accredited College or University (in the U.S. or internationally) during the 2023/2024 academic year. Graduate students (minimum 9 credits completed) are eligible.
- Both full and part time students are welcome to apply.
- Clearly demonstrate interest in enhancing the understanding of sea turtle behavior and conservation, habitat needs, abundance, spatial and temporal distribution, as well as contribution(s) to advancing the public interest in such issues, as evidenced by both of the following.
- A major field of study pertaining to oceanography, marine affairs, environmental sciences, public policy, community planning or natural resources.
- Participation in cooperative or independent research, environmental activities or work experience related to the above mentioned disciplines.
For more information, visit The Ocean Foundation.