Graduate Research Opportunities

The SWFSC partners with nearby University of California, California State University and private colleges to provide graduate students with research opportunites in shared areas of interest and expertise at the Center's La Jolla, Santa Cruz and Pacific Grove facilities.  Arrangements are made on a case-by-case basis.  

The Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (CMBC) The previous link is a link to Non-Federal government web site. Click to review NOAA Fisheries disclaimer is a collaboration among graduate programs in marine science at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography The previous link is a link to Non-Federal government web site. Click to review NOAA Fisheries disclaimer , UC San Diego (UCSD) and the SWFSC's La Jolla laboratory and partners from several departments at UCSD; the UCSD Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; and the San Diego Supercomputer Center. The collaboration provides interdisciplinary training linking the natural, social and informatic sciences with the goal of training the next generation of scholars capable of confronting important biological and societal issues with respect to the health of the world's oceans.  UCSD graduate students can apply for funding through PIER (Program for Interdisciplinary Environmental Research The previous link is a link to Non-Federal government web site. Click to review NOAA Fisheries disclaimer). The CMBC, in cooperation with the UCSD Division of Extended Studies and Public Programs, also offers a program leading to a Masters of Advanced Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation The previous link is a link to Non-Federal government web site. Click to review NOAA Fisheries disclaimer.

Last modified: 8/3/2017