Graduate Research Fellowships
Graduate research assistantships are available to support students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in the Department of Earth System Science & Policy. A unique feature of ESSP is providing a student-centered learning environment with expertise in hydrology, climate change, terrestrial ecosystem, physical geography, economics, and policy.
The graduate fellowships are funded by research projects that study the impacts of land and road managements on the quantity and quality of pollinator habitat and other related ecosystem services. The fellowships include tuition waivers and stipends depending on academic performances. Candidates should have a B.S. or M.S. degree in related fields such as Remote Sensing, Conservation Biology, Environmental Economics, or Agricultural Economics, preferably with strong programming, GIS, and quantitative analytical skills.