WHOI Summer Student Fellowship Program

Students from virtually all U.S. and foreign universities that have marine interests have participated in the research at WHOI since it was founded in 1930. WHOI's educational role, at the graduate level, was formalized in 1968 with a change in its charter and the signing of an agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for a Joint Program leading to doctoral (Ph.D. or Sc.D.) or engineer's degrees. Joint master's degrees are also offered in selected areas of the program. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is also authorized to grant doctoral degrees independently. During recent years, an average of 140 students per year have been involved in the MIT/WHOI Joint Program. A number of Postdoctoral Scholar awards are given each year to recent recipients of doctorates in scientific and engineering fields. In addition, there are Research Fellowships in Marine Policy available to professionals in the social sciences, law, or natural sciences. Their work helps to sustain our environment and improve the quality of life for ourselves and for future generations.

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Contact Information:
Fellowship Committee, WHOI Education Office 360 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole, MA 02543

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