THE STEVEN BERKELEY MARINE CONSERVATION FELLOWSHIP

To a graduate student actively engaged in thesis research relevant to marine conservation; a focus on fisheries issues is not required.

2019 Berkeley Fellowship recipient Jason Toy, AFS President Jesse Trushenski, and Berkeley runner-up Heather Stewart at the AFS Business Meeting in Reno, NV.

This fellowship was created by AFS in 2007 to honor the memory of Steven Berkeley, a dedicated fisheries scientist. Berkeley was a long-time member of AFS and a member of the first Board of Directors of the Fisheries Conservation Foundation. The fellowship comprises a competitively based $10,000 award to a graduate student actively engaged in thesis research relevant to marine conservation; a focus on fisheries issues is not required. Please use the current application requirements at the link below, as revisions have been made recently.

For more information and application requirements see: mfs.fisheries.org
Send electronic applications and recommendations, to be received no later than February 1, 2020 to Mary Webb Banning at [email protected]