[Coral-List] Red Sea Summer Program (KAUST)

Michael Berumen michael.berumen at kaust.edu.sa
Wed Mar 7 01:08:24 EST 2018


Dear all,

I am sorry for the typo in the message below. The link to information about
and the application for the fully-funded Red Sea Summer Program at KAUST is:


In case of any troubles, there is a backup long-form at:


The link is updated below. Please feel free to share widely with
undergraduate and MSc students.


On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 2:32 AM, Michael Berumen <
michael.berumen at kaust.edu.sa> wrote:

> Dear all,
> The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST:
> http://www.kaust.edu.sa/) is pleased to announce that it will again host
> the Red Sea Summer Program in 2018, building on the popularity of this
> annual program since 2015.
> The three-week program will expose students to several aspects of Red Sea
> reef science, including genomics, ecology, biological oceanography, and
> microbiology. The course includes fieldwork, labwork, lectures, and data
> workshops.
> Successful applicants will receive full funding for travel, private
> bedroom and bath in shared residential suite, academic credit, and a
> stipend for a three-week period of study at KAUST from 21 July to 10
> August, 2018. There are no fees associated with the course.
> Current undergraduates and Master’s students, as well as recent graduates
> from these levels, are eligible to apply. The ideal candidate will have a
> strong background in core biological sciences, preferably also with at
> least one specialized course, such as ecology, zoology, genetics, or marine
> biology.
> KAUST will award 3 credits upon successful completion of the course.
> For application information, please visit: http://RedSea.courses/
> Please note the application deadline of March 23, 2018.
> For more information about the Red Sea Research Center, please visit:
> http://rsrc.kaust.edu.sa/.
> We would appreciate it if you share this information with any interested
> parties, such as study abroad offices or departmental student lists. If
> anyone would like a pdf flyer to print/distribute, I’d be happy to provide
> one.
> Best regards,
> Mike
> Michael Berumen, Ph.D.
> Red Sea Research Center
> King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
> http://reefecology.kaust.edu.sa


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