Fisheries Populations and Ecosystem Dynamics Summer Course

The Rutgers Center for Fisheries and Ocean Sustainability is proud to announce that the application for this summer’s course in Fisheries Populations and Ecosystem Dynamics is now open:

This is an immersive, two-week course (May 31st – June 13th, 2020) for undergraduates that presents the quantitative tools and field-based techniques used to sustainably manage and conserve aquatic marine living resources. This course is supported by the National Sea Grant Office and will be held at the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve (JCNERR) in Tuckerton, NJ. A diverse group of faculty from the Center for Fisheries and Ocean Sustainability (CFOS) and the Institute of Earth, Atmospheric, and Ocean Science (EOAS) at Rutgers University will be teaching this course, alongside scientists from NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 

The course, which is offered free of charged to accepted applicants, is open to undergraduates and recent graduates nation-wide. All travel, housing, and meal expenses are provided. 

Applications and supporting materials are due by 11:59 PM EST on February 14, 2020.