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Two Graduate Assistantships (Ph.D.)

Employer
Department of Earth and Spatial Sciences, University of Idaho
Location
Moscow, Idaho
Salary
Up to ~$30,000/year with health insurance and full tuition
Closing date
Apr 18, 2024

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Discipline
Biogeosciences, Global Environmental Change, Interdisciplinary/Other, Natural Hazards
Career Level
Student / Graduate
Education Level
PhD
Job Type
Internship
Relocation Cost
No Relocation
Sector Type
Academia

The Department of Earth and Spatial Sciences at the University of Idaho (Moscow, ID) is recruiting two Geography Ph.D. students to conduct research related to human adaptation to, and perceptions of, climate change. The successful applicants will work with a team of scientists from Idaho, Nevada, and South Carolina as part of a National Science Foundation funded 4-year project focuses on Local and Place Based Adaptation to Climate Change in Undeserved Rural Communities. One PhD student will focus on remote sensing and spatial analysis of environments under change and the second will focus on climate science, modeling, and visualizations. Please submit inquiries directly to Dr. Alistair Smith (alistair at uidaho dot edu) and Dr. Erich Seamon (erichs at uidaho dot edu). Positions include a competitive research assistantship (~$30,000/year), health insurance, and full tuition covered, with an anticipated start of August 12, 2024.

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