The Aquaculture CRSP Fellowship Program seeks to encourage promising Oregon State University graduate students to add international dimensions to their research in aquatic resources-related fields of study. The Program will sponsor innovative international activities of graduate student research in fields of specialization that might include social, economic, policy, ecosystems, or food production issues as they relate to aquatic resources or aquaculture. Aquaculture CRSP Fellowships are intended to help defray the costs associated with international research leading to a master's or doctoral degree.
Priority will be given to fellowship applicants whose proposed international component focuses on low-income food-deficit countries.
Eligible activities could include, but are not limited to: photo journals; ethnographies; lab-based research; global, regional, and/or country comparisons; surveys and questionnaires; and policy reviews, to name a few.
Awards will be made for up to $5,000 for OSU graduate students while research is in progress.
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