News & Announcements
In this Issue: Great Lakes Summer Fellow 2021 Apps; Accepting proposals! 2021 CIGLR Programs; All Partners Meeting; Critical Lake Erie HABs Research; Postdoc Update: GLs Water Quality Modeling
CIGLR is excited to announce the opening of our 2021 Great Lakes Summer Fellow applications! The Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research (CIGLR) announces the 2020 Great Lakes Summer Fellows Program, in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
CIGLR is accepting proposals from Regional Consortium members for a suite of programs that aim to build collaborative partnerships through career development opportunities, visionary science, and impactful outreach. Please visit the full program announcements for...
Check out this #GreatLakes Photo Field Guide 📸 to our 2020 COVID-safe summer research! CIGLR & NOAA GLERL resumed limited field & lab operations to ensure critical Great Lakes research continues to serve the stakeholders that rely on our products & services.
In this Issue: Director’s Letter; 2020 Magazine; Virtual Outreach; Photos from Friends; Synthesizing GLRI Funding; Lake Michigan & Asian Carp
The 2020 issue provides research institute and regional consortium updates, discusses our program results, and introduces new staff, students and fellows. If you are interested in a print version of the magazine please contact CIGLR at: ContactCIGLR@umich.edu.
The CIGLR ECO team’s rapid and inventive response to the COVID-19 pandemic has ensured continuous and safe public engagement and education for the Great Lakes ecosystem. Their team has overcome shared challenges to keep bringing NOAA’s vital services to the American public. Click to learn more.
CIGLR & NOAA GLERL’s very own #GreatLakes Summer Fellows are highlighted in NOAA’s EEO Connections Newsletter. Even though their internships were virtual, they still contributed in remarkable ways to NOAA’s science. Click picture to read more.
The Water Innovation Fellowship offers a new kind of Postdoctoral experience – one that pairs scholars with forward-thinking Great Lakes industry leaders, as well as academic and federal scientists, to pursue advanced cross disciplinary water research. Closing Date: August 15th. Click to learn more.
The ongoing warming of Lake Michigan increases its susceptibility to Asian carp, in part by reducing the capacity of quagga mussels to act as an ecological barrier against the voracious algae-eating fish, according to a new University of Michigan, CIGLR-led study.