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New Graduate Student Fellowships
The DHS Coastal Hazards Center of Excellence is offering two new fellowships for graduate students to study coastal hazards at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Recipients must be U.S. citizens pursuing an M.S. or Ph.D. with a concentration in either coastal hazards modeling through the *UNC-Ch Department of Marine Sciences* or hazards management planning through the *UNC-Ch Department of City and Regional Planning*.

- full graduate tuition costs at UNC
- $25,000 annual stipend
- exposure to researchers and practitioners in the hazards community





 

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