Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship in Arid Lands Resource Sciences, University of Arizona

Tucson, Arizona 

Organization: Arid Lands Resource Sciences, University of Arizona

Type of opportunity: Academic, assistantship

Contact: Administrative questions may be directed to Marylou Myers, Inquiries about the curriculum may be addressed to Dr. Istvan Molnar

Duties: This doctoral program provides a unique opportunity to study the complex problems affecting arid lands and their inhabitants, focusing on sustainability amidst global change.  ALRS integrates physical, biological, social, and economic sciences to offer an individualized, highly customizable interdisciplinary study program that prepares students for careers in both academic and non-academic settings.  There is a great breadth of opportunity for each student to pursue their unique research interests through development of an individually tailored and rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum that will enable them to pursue their professional goals. We welcome students proceeding directly through graduate work as well as non-traditional students who bring knowledge of real-world applications to their graduate studies.

Salary/pay: First year Graduate Assistantships (stipend, 100% tuition waiver, student health insurance) are available for qualified students.

Link to more information: Read more online and download the program flyer.

Application deadline: August 1, 2016