NCAS supports the research and training of over 75 students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty across the six partnering academic institutions and integrates scholarly and scientific activity between STEM disciplines and Education, Communications, Social, and Behavioral Sciences to address 21st century challenges for science, technology and society. Our goals are supported through a variety of programs that include: Graduate Fellowships; Postdoctoral Fellowships; High School and Middle School Weather Camps; Environmental Literacy Campaigns; Field Intensive Research Fellowships; Undergraduate Summer Research Internships; Research facilities: Beltsville Atmospheric Measurements Program, Coastal Zone Observations, including the Coral Reef Early Warning System buoy in La Parguera, the Aerosols and Radiation Network (AERadnet) and the Aerosols and Ocean Science Expeditions (AEROSE).

NCAS By the Numbers – Cycle 3
NCAS Outreach Fact Sheet