|From||Roger Brugge <email@example.com>|
|Date||Wed, 5 Oct 2016 18:33:10 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST... The Department of Geography and Environmental Resources at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale has multiple graduate research assistantships available for the 2017-2018 academic year (Master- or Ph.D.-level). Current open research assistantships include: 1. NOAA-funded investigation of heat waves and droughts in the United States, and sub-seasonal to seasonal prediction capabilities of climate forecast models 2. NASA-funded investigation of preferential land surface conditions for convective thunderstorm initiation in the central United States The assistantships are available to students with a background in geography, climatology, or meteorology, an excellent academic record, and strong written and oral communication skills. In addition, programming experience is necessary. In addition the department has multiple graduate teaching assistantships available in Climate & Water Resources, GIS, and Environmental Sustainability. Both the research and teaching assistantships provide 9-month appointments with a monthly stipend and tuition waiver. Students interested in the research or teaching assistantships should contact Dr. Trent Ford (*firstname.lastname@example.org*), applications are being reviewed immediately. Students are encouraged to visit the SIU Department of Geography & Environmental Resources webpage for more information about the MS and PhD programs: <http://cola.siu.edu/geography/graduate>. Located in the forested Shawnee Hills, 100 miles southeast of St. Louis, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale is a Carnegie Doctoral Research University (high research activity). Trent W. Ford Assistant Professor Geography and Environmental Resources Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL
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