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MICHIGAN SEA GRANT RFP'S




THREE CALLS FOR PROPOSALS FROM MICHIGAN SEA GRANT

CALL FOR PRELIMINARY PROPOSALS
Michigan Sea Grant College Program

The Michigan Sea Grant College Program is soliciting preliminary 
proposals for Fiscal Year 1998, which will begin March 1, 1998.  We seek 
proposals which will directly address the Sea Grant Objectives listed 
below.  The deadline for submitting preliminary proposals is APRIL 28, 
1997.  Contact the Michigan Sea Grant office to obtain more detailed 
information regarding the Sea Grant Objectives and complete guidelines 
for preliminary proposal development.  Send your name and mail address 
via e-mail to jsjean@umich.edu or call 313/763-1437.

Sea Grant Objectives

1.	Economic Leadership

	A. Advanced Technology for Commercial Products and Processes
		Commercial Biotechnology
		Environmental Technology
	B. Seafood Production
		Commercial Fisheries
		Sustainable Aquaculture
		Seafood Technology
	C. Coastal Economic Development
		Coastal Business Development
		Coastal Community Development
		Revitalizing Marine Infrastructure

2.	Coastal Ecosystem Health and Public Safety

	A. Coastal Ecosystem Health
		Coastal Ecosystems
		Coastal and Great Lakes Habitats
		Sustainable Development
	B. Public Safety
		Coastal Hazards
		Safety at Sea

3.	Education and Human Resources

	A. A Technically Trained Workforce
		Scientists and Engineers
		Resource Managers
		Technical Training
	B. A Scientifically and Environmentally Informed Citizenry
		Precollege Education
		Informal Education


MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH PROPOSALS SOLICITED
Michigan Sea Grant College Program

The Michigan Sea Grant College Program announces the availability of 
funds to support Marine Biotechnology Research.  These funds are 
available from the National Sea Grant  Office under its National 
Strategic Investments Program.  The funding available for the national 
competition is approximately $1.88 million per year.  Proposals will be 
accepted for one- or two-year duration.  Proposal must reach Michigan Sea 
Grant by JUNE 16, 1997.  Contact the Michigan Sea Grant office for more 
information and complete proposal preparation instructions.  Send your 
name and mail address via e-mail to jsjean@umich.edu or call 313/763-1437.



SEA GRANT-NOAA PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM PROPOSALS SOLICITED
Michigan Sea Grant College Program

The Michigan Sea Grant College Program announces the availability of 
funds to support the Sea Grant-NOAA partnership program.  These funds are 
available from the National Sea Grant  Office under its National 
Strategic Investments Program.  To encourage a greater degree of 
cooperation between NOAA and the university community, Sea Grant will 
make available $500,000 per year for research and development grants that 
involve collaborative projects.  A primary objective of this program is 
to increase the effectiveness of Sea Grant resources by focusing 
university capabilities on issues of strategic importance to both Sea 
Grant and other NOAA line organizations.  Proposals must reach Michigan 
Sea Grant by JUNE 16, 1997.  Contact the Michigan Sea Grant office for 
more information and complete proposal preparation instructions.  Send 
your name and mail address via e-mail to jsjean@umich.edu or call 
313/763-1437.



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Martha Walter		Ph  313/647-0766
Senior Editor		FAX 313/647-0768
Michigan Sea Grant	e-mail  mwalter@umich.edu
2200 Bonisteel Blvd.	University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI  48109	"In wildness is the preservation of the world."