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USU awarded $2.7M NSF RT grant for graduate climate adaptation science program

(Utah State University) Utah State University is the recipient of a competitive $2.7 million National Science Foundation Research Traineeship award that will afford USU students in 20 STEM graduate degree programs the opportunity to pursue advanced interdisciplinary research training and a Climate Adaptation Science specialization. Named 'Graduate Climate Adaptation Research that Enhances Education and Responsiveness of Science at the Management-Policy Interface' -- or Grad-CAREER for short -- the project team anticipates training 80 master's and doctoral students during the five-year grant period.
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