Doctoral Traineeships in Aquatic Sensing ~ Bioblogia.net

19 de noviembre de 2009

Doctoral Traineeships in Aquatic Sensing

Kent State and Miami University of Ohio are now accepting applications for our National Science Foundation funded Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training program entitled: "Environmental Aquatic Resource Sensing (EARS): Basic Science, Business Education and Outreach".
The EARS IGERT is part of the NSF foundation-wide interdisciplinary doctoral student training program. The theme of the EARS IGERT is training of doctoral students in environmental sensing, focused on freshwater resources, accentuated with business experiences, to develop professionals equipped for diverse careers. Students eligible for traineeships are those that will be, or have already been, successfully admitted to doctoral programs in one of the participating science departments (Kent: Biological Sciences, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Geology; Miami: Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Microbiology, Zoology); international students are not eligible. IGERT trainees receive a stipend of $30,000 plus $10,500 for cost of education per year.
Details, including the application materials and frequently asked questions, can be found at our web page: http://bioweb.biology.kent.edu/igert/home.html. For more information, please e mail Heather Chapman, IGERT program assistant, at hchapma5@kent.edu. To ensure full consideration for a traineeship starting in Fall 2010, please apply before February 1st 2010: applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled. Deadlines in subsequent years will be similar. Please also make sure you are aware of and follow the specific deadlines and requirements for graduate admissions for the specific department of interest. Initial notifications will be made by approximately the 3rd week of February.

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