Master of Science on Conservation DEI ~

5 de abril de 2023

Master of Science on Conservation DEI

The Oregon Coop Unit and Human Dimensions Lab at Oregon State University are seeking a highly motivated Master’s student to contribute to applied research on narratives of inclusion and equity in fish and wildlife conservation. The student will join a dynamic research team in a fully-funded position for two years, with support including an annual salary (~$27-30k) and covering the costs of tuition, fees, and benefits.

The student will work closely with research partners in the US Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct interviews and analyze discourses within organizational materials. The student will be expected to play an active role in collaborative research and project management. They will develop and implement a project-related thesis working with with their graduate advisor (Dr. Megan Jones) and research partners. The student will also work closely with the OSU chapters of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) and Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS), as a Graduate Teaching Assistant under the supervision of Wanda Crannell, the OSU MANRRS faculty advisor.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with priority given to application submitted by April 30th, and the student will be expected to start at OSU in September 2023. To learn more and for instructions on how to apply, please see the Position Description, linked here and attached. Feel free to reach out to with questions.

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