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Center By The Numbers

Center By The Numbers

Summary (as of February 28, 2022)

231

STUDENT SUPPORTED

95

STUDENT GRADUATED

91

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS


1. Education and Training

231

Total number of students supported

95

students graduated

Cohort I student

36

students

24

67% from
URM communities

12

33% from
non-URM communities

17

Undergraduates

11

Male

6

Female

10

Master’s

7

Male

3

Female

9

Doctorate program

4

Male

5

Female

Cohort II student

38

Students

27

71% from
URM communities

11

29% from
non-URM communities

21

Undergraduates

14

Male

7

Female

12

Master’s

7

Male

5

Female

5

Doctorate program

2

Male

3

Female

Cohort III student

50

Students

39

78% from
URM communities

11

22% from
non-URM communities

30

Undergraduates

18

Male

12

Female

16

Master’s

6

Male

10

Female

4

Doctorate program

2

Male

2

Female

Cohort IV student

32

Students

28

88% from
URM communities

4

12% from
non-URM communities

16

Undergraduates

7

Male

9

Female

9

Master’s

5

Male

4

Female

7

Doctorate program

3

Male

4

Female

Cohort V student

76

Students

61

80% from
URM communities

15

20% from
non-URM communities

48

Undergraduates

20

Male

28

Female

23

Master’s

6

Male

17

Female

5

Doctorate program

3

Male

2

Female

63

NERTO's completed across all NOAA line office

as of 12/10/2021

3

SSIO/Undergraduate internships

1 in in 2018, and 2 in 2019

7

Ernest Hollings scholars

and

3 Undergraduate Scholarship Program scholar 

7

VADM Lautenbacher award recipient

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

2

students completed NOAA Okeanos

and

Nautilus OceanicCruise Expedition

2. Scientific Research and Social Science 

91

total peer-reviewed publications

27

of which are student (authored) publications

40

publications submitted to the NOAA Library

13

NOAA related tasks/projected

48

Partnerships and collaborations developed by the center

4

Social Science Seminars

3. CSC Administration 

83

Summer bridge students ( 52 retained into Cohorts -- 63% as of 2021)
2016 to present