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1/23/2023
https://www.calstate.edu/impact-of-the-csu/research/coast/funding/Pages/COAST-Student-Internships-Summer-2023.aspxYes

​CSU undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply to the COAST Summer Internship program. Interns work side-by-side with professionals from state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations and industry​ on current projects throughout California.​ Check out the link​ for the application and directions!

  
1/8/2023
http://https://csumb.edu/news/news-listing/a-graduating-senior-combines-science-and-art-in-a-symbiotic-practice-/Yes

​First-generation college student and COAST awardee, Hannah Kim, combines her love of marine science and communicating with the public through her original art illustrations​. Hannah, a graduating senior at ​CSU Monterey Bay, demonstrates that humanities can be a part of research just as much as science is! ​

  
12/21/2022
https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/scientists-study-unexpected-climate-change-problem-rising-groundwater-levelsYes

​As sea-level rise raises water levels, threats of rising groundwater levels intensify, resulting in the danger of contaminated drinking water. A recent State Science Information Needs Program​ award provided by COAST, with co-funding from California Sea Grant, funded Dr. Ben Hagedorn (CSU Long Beach)​ and his team to study this phenomenon. According to Dr. Hagedorn, "right now, [the contaminants are] trapped in the ground... but as the groundwater rises and inundates the rocks, they could become mobilized."

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