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NSF-funded MA Geog Assistantships (2), Cal State, Long Beach (biogeography, remote sensing) 

01-30-2015 17:24

Review of applications begins March 1, 2015. NSF Project: Creating Woodlands in Mali MA Graduate Research Assistantships (2) available! (full details in attachment) Funding will support two graduate assistants who will collaborate on the data collection and analysis through the duration of the NSF funded project and on the publication of the research findings. The students will assist during a maximum of two academic years. Option to enroll in Peace Corps Masters International program. The graduate research assistants will work as field and/or lab research assistants for a maximum of 20 hours/week during the academic year with the option for more hours during summer. Requirements: 1. Must be enrolled as a CSULB Masters student and be committed to conducting a thesis for the project. 2. Must have experience in one of the following two areas: Position #1, Remote sensing: GIS, Erdas and UAV experience required (GEOG 473, 475 and 485 or equivalents) Position #2, Biogeography: GIS and advanced statistical analysis required (GEOG 400, 485 and 487A or equivalents) 3. Knowledge of French language a plus! For more information contact: Dr. Paul Laris Chair of Geography CSU Long Beach

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