For more information regarding the expectations and guidelines of being a NSF GRFP Fellow, fellows and coordinating officials alike are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Administrative Guide. It details the responsibilities of both the fellow and their GRFP institution to ensure a successful tenure within the program.
GRFP Fellows have access to a number of unique opportunities during their tenure as fellows. These additional prospects include:
Additionally, fellows have access to cyber infrastructure resources through the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).
Fellow Kerrie O’Donnell from Project Seahorse at the University of British Columbia’s Fisheries Centre prepares to conduct a night time, underwater measurement of the tiger tail seahorse (Hippocampus comes) in the Danajon Bank region of the Republic of the Philippines. Collecting size and reproductive state data on wild seahorses allows us to better understand how fishing impacts seahorse populations; information desperately needed to develop practical recovery options for sustainable seahorse fisheries.
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