Program: Ecosystem Ecology and Hydrology
Entity: Penn State University
Location: Pennsylvania, US
Term: Fall 2024
“Two graduate research assistantships are available at Penn State beginning fall 2024 to study how anaerobic soils affect carbon and nitrogen fluxes in forests. This NSF funded project supports an interactive team of graduate students, postdocs, research support staff, and faculty from a range of disciplines including ecology, soil science, hydrology, and meteorology.”
-Applicants may apply for admission to only one (1) program at a time.
-For admission to the Graduate School, an applicant must hold either 1) a bachelor’s degree from a U.S. regionally accredited institution or 2) a post-secondary degree that is equivalent to a U.S. baccalaureate degree earned from an officially recognized degree-granting international institution.
-Ordinarily, an entering student must have completed in a satisfactory manner a minimum of course work in designated areas, the specific courses and amount of work depending upon the intended field of advanced study.
-Admission is granted jointly by the Graduate School and the graduate program in which the student plans to study. The establishment of standards by which applicants are admitted is the responsibility of the graduate program.
How to Apply:
-Interested applicants should contact Dr. Jason Kaye (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ken Davis (email@example.com), Yuning Shi (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jon Duncan (email@example.com).
-Students interested in Kaye or Duncan as advisors may apply to the Graduate Programs in Soil Science.
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