Graduate Student Fellowships
MIT/WHOI Joint Graduate Program offers graduate degrees in Oceanography and Oceanographic Engineering. Doctoral, engineer's, and master's degrees in oceanographic engineering are offered under the Joint Program through the Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering Department at WHOI and any of the following departments at MIT: Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, or Ocean Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, or Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.
For more information go to the graduate section of WHOI's Academic Programs Office
I am biological oceanographer and bioinformatician who works to better understand the physiological ecology of eukaryotic phytoplankton and their role in the biogeochemical functioning in marine systems.
For my PhD at WHOI, I'm studying the behavior of toothed whales.
Is a coastal geomorphologist studying the effect of accelerated sea-level rise on coastlines around the world.
Studies chemical transformations of mercury in marine waters.
Coral reefs are richly diverse and complex ecosystems that are very sensitive to the environment.
Exploring new methods of using sound to search for marine life in the oceans and to identify individual species from their sonar echoes
Trichodesmium abundance and nitrogen fixation in the Southern Sargasso Sea and tropical Atlantic
Understanding of the auditory system of baleen whales
Land crab that is little-known but important in structuring rainforest plant communities, especially larval transport
Ecological geochemistry and fish ecology
Protistan biodiversity and physiology