MAS and PhD students discuss progress on summer project

For Students 

Current students can find :

  • Recommended courses
  • CMBC activities and upcoming events
  • Funding opportunities and small grants
  • Faculty listing (with contact information)
  • CMBC current classes (SIO286, SIO295/295L, SIO296 w/updates on schedule changes, room locations and information provided by faculty)

Prospective students can find :

  • Links  for undergraduate research opportunities
  • Funding opportunities for graduate school
  • Requirements for admission
Resources for Interdisciplinary Students (communications, economics, policy and law)
Sites of Interest - by subject (coral reefs, climate, marine databases, MPAs, Aquaculture and more)
Resources for Researchers ( Research funding, Marine Research Stations, Fish ID, Jobs, Photos and more)

Prepare your CV
Science Careers: How to Craft a Winning Résumé: http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/tools_tips/how_to_series/how_to_craft_a_winning_resume
Writing your Curriculum Vitae:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~gradstdy/careers/services/vita.html
The Basics of Science C.V.'s.:
http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2000/03/2000033102c.htm
From CV to Résumé:
http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2004/12/2004121701c.htm

Is there something you want to see here?  Please email:  cmbc@ucsd.edu  

Interdisciplinary training
CMBC MAS and PhD students work together on interdisciplinary projects.

 

PhD / IGERT