MS Graduate Student Position - Forest Soil and Ecosystem Biogeochemistry
Oregon State University
Start Date: Fall 2019
We seek a highly motivated student to fill a MS graduate assistantship at Oregon State University to investigate biogeochemical links between nitrogen-fixing trees and mineral weathering in soils. The student will receive a MS in either Forest Ecosystems and Society or Soil Science.
Preferred applicants will have an undergraduate degree in Chemistry, Environmental Science, Ecology, Geology, Soil Science or a related field, some research experience, and a GPA of 3.0 or greater. The position provides a competitive stipend, plus tuition and benefits.
Please email (1) a cover letter describing research experience and interests, (2) CV, (3) unofficial transcripts and GRE scores, and (4) contact information of three references to Dr. Julia Pett-Ridge (firstname.lastname@example.org ) and Dr. Steven Perakis (email@example.com ).
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