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Subject: [PG] Graduate Fellowship in Salmon Research
From: Chris Harrod <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 15 Nov 2013 14:27:46 +0000

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Ladd Macaulay Graduate Fellowship in
Salmon Fisheries Research
Applications Due: 15 January 2014

The Ladd Macaulay Graduate Fellowship in Salmon Fisheries Research is funded through a donation from Douglas Island Pink and Chum, Inc. (DIPAC), a private non-profit salmon enhancement organization based in Juneau, Alaska. The fellowship will support a graduate student fellowship, beginning as early as Fall 2014, for an M. S. in Fisheries at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Juneau Center for Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Funding is for an incoming (prospective) graduate student and will cover standard graduate stipends, tuition/fees, and health insurance for up to three years; second and third year funding is conditional on successful annual progress. Selection is competitive.

Selection Criteria and Guidelines
1. The proposed project should address hatchery/wild salmon interactions, marine survival and ocean carrying capacity, salmon fisheries management in Southeast Alaska, or hatchery technology and enhancement strategies.
2. The proposed project should contribute to the long-term productivity, sustainability, and profitability of SE Alaska salmon fisheries.
3. The proposed project should make a unique and substantive contribution to existing knowledge.

Proposal Format & Submission Instructions Proposals are limited to four (4) pages (excluding faculty advisor endorsement) and must be submitted in pdf format via email to [log in to unmask] no later than 5:00pm Alaska Time on
15 January 2014. Proposals that do not conform to submission guidelines or deadlines will not be reviewed. 

Proposals should include six sections:
1. Objectives-A succinct statement of project goals 2. Background and need-What is the current state of knowledge regarding the proposed research topic; how will the project extend current knowledge and contribute to the long-term productivity, sustainability, and profitability of SE Alaska salmon fisheries?
3. Methods-How do you propose to address the project objectives?
4. Timeline/milestones-When will you accomplish major elements of the project?
5. Budget-this does not need to be detailed, but should identify any need for specialized facilities or field resources, the anticipated cost of genetic, chemical, or other specialized analyses, the cost of feeds and other specialized treatments for studies involving live fish, etc.
6. Current and pending support-Do you have current or pending support that will contribute to successful completion of the proposed project?
7. Faculty advisor endorsement (attach separately)-This letter must be from a member of the UAF Fisheries Division faculty.

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