Focus Areas
Boating and Marinas
Coastal Communities
Fisheries
Hazards
Native and Invasive Species
Restoration
Request for Pre-proposals
Freshwater Feasts: New Cooking Blog
Biology’s new frontier could have big implications for Great Lakes fish
Are there tsunamis in the Great Lakes?
How much ice should we expect to see on the Great Lakes this winter?
What will the Lake Michigan salmon stocking cut mean for Michigan anglers?
2016 Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Consortium Conference
Doing this one thing will improve the quality of sport-caught fish
September Upwellings 2016
Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators
  • Request for Pre-proposals
  • Freshwater Feasts: New Cooking Blog
  • Biology’s new frontier could have big implications for Great Lakes fish
  • Are there tsunamis in the Great Lakes?
  • How much ice should we expect to see on the Great Lakes this winter?
  • What will the Lake Michigan salmon stocking cut mean for Michigan anglers?
  • 2016 Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Consortium Conference
  • Doing this one thing will improve the quality of sport-caught fish
  • September Upwellings 2016
  • Sea Grant 50th Anniversary: Celebrating the work of our Extension educators

Request for Pre-proposals

Michigan Sea Grant is soliciting proposals for innovative research projects and graduate fellowships for the 2018-2020 funding period. Michigan Sea Grant sends out RFPs for research projects every two years. Michigan Sea Grant will support three types of research this funding cycle:

  • Integrated Assessment – Research that uses Integrated Assessment methods to address important social and ecological issues affecting the Great Lakes, up to $75,000 per year for two years.
  • Core Research – Basic core research on issues currently affecting the Great Lakes ecosystem, up to $100,000 per year for two years.
  • Graduate Student Research Fellowships – Graduate student (M.S. or Ph.D.) research fellowships for one or two years, up to $50,000 total per fellowship.

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