This August, Woods Hole Sea Grant is teaming up with Earthwatch for its Girls in Science Fellowship. This fellowship aims to promote diversity and expose young women to a variety of marine careers in STEM.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Research Specialist Laela Sayigh is the principal investigator working with the fellows analyzing marine mammal bioacoustics data.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Applicants must meet all of the following requirements:
• Between 16–18 years old by June 2019
• Sophomores and Junior in high school
• Currently a student in Massachusetts
• Excited to work with a team of diverse students and
scientists at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
exploring bioacoustics and marine mammal research
• Available August 10–17, 2019
There is no cost to participate in this program. All travel, lodging, and meals are covered.
Complete the Girls In Science Student Application form by midnight on March 31, 2019 at: