The Voinovich School announces two graduate assistantships

Are you interested in wetlands or watershed research? The Voinovich School has two rewarding graduate assistantships for you to apply to by February 10, 2016.

American Electric Power Foundation Graduate Assistantships for Watershed Restoration and Education

To support Ohio University Master’s or Doctoral students engaged in interdisciplinary, applications-based watershed research in the region (southeastern Ohio) and who also have strong interests in science education and outreach.  Responsibilities of the assistantships include development of water resource-related science and technology based lesson plans suitable for upper elementary and/or high school classes. Funding includes graduate stipends and some research project costs (equipment, supplies, and travel).  Duration of support ranges from one semester to two years (2016-2018), depending on the needs and progress of the student.

Click here for more information and to apply.

Stream and Wetlands Foundation Assistantship  Supporting Stream and Wetlands Research

To support Ohio University Masters students engaged in interdisciplinary, applications-based stream and wetland research in the region.  Responsibilities of the assistantships include development of application based stream and wetland research projects that advance the understanding of stream and wetland ecological restoration, evaluation, and outcomes. Funding includes graduate stipends and some research project costs (equipment, supplies, and travel).  Duration of support ranges from one semester to two years (2016-2018), depending on the needs and progress of the student.

Click here for more information and to apply.

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