Minorities in Scientific Ocean Drilling Fellowship
The Minorities in Scientific Ocean Drilling Fellowship is funded through the U.S. Implementing Organization (USIO) for the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) to encourage:
- more minority Graduate students enrolled full-time in a Geosciences program to complete research in topics related to scientific ocean drilling;
- more minority Graduate students enrolled full-time in an Engineering program to develop technology that will help advance science or engineering in scientific ocean drilling research.
The Fellowship also highlights opportunities in IODP that may encourage minority Graduate students in Geosciences or Engineering programs to pursue careers in scientific ocean drilling and/or participate in IODP. IODP, one of the world’s largest international marine research programs, is dedicated to advancing understanding of Earth’s processes through scientific drilling of the ocean floor.
The Fellowship for academic year 2013
has been cancelled due to lack of funding.
For questions or concerns about the Fellowship, please contact Margo Morell, Assistant Director, Ocean Drilling Programs at email@example.com
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership and the IODP-USIO reserve the right to cancel a Fellowship opportunity if funding is not available, if the minimum number of complete applications is not received from eligible candidates by the deadline, or if the review committee finds that the applications received do not meet the criteria.