Graduate Research Assistantship -- Fall 2005 ~

18 de diciembre de 2004

Graduate Research Assistantship -- Fall 2005

University of Vermont
Graduate Research Assistantship: Urban biogeochemical cycling. The University of Vermont, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, seeks applications for a graduate fellowship in urban biogeochemical cycling to begin in Fall 2005. The ideal candidate will be a student with a background in biogeochemistry, some experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and a strong interest in interdisciplinary work in urban settings. We are especially interested in individuals who have an understanding of terrestrial carbon cycling and global climate change. The assistantship is located at the University of Vermont campus in Burlington, VT. Fieldwork will take place in Baltimore, MD; the student will join an exceptionally strong team of investigators associated with the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES) Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program.
Applicants should have a Bachelors’ or a Masters’ degree in biology, chemistry, geology, environmental science, or a related field. For more information please contact Dr. Jennifer C. Jenkins, Research Assistant Professor, University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, 590 Main St., Burlington, VT 05405
( (802-656-2953) ( Interested students should contact Dr. Jenkins directly, and will also need to submit their application materials to the University of Vermont Graduate College by following the links from Review of applications will begin January 15 and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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