M.S. in Human Dimensions of Urban White-tailed Deer – North Carolina

NC State University
Raleigh, NC
Job Category
Graduate Assistantships
~$22,000/yr, tuition, health insurance, with additional resources available for students interested in teaching (for up to 3 years)
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The M.S. student will lead a unique project to evaluate cultural issues surrounding urban deer management in North Carolina. The student will develop models for stakeholder acceptance of urban deer, and various deer management strategies. The student will also work with an interdisciplinary team to determine how hunting and other mortality sources interact to influence deer populations over time and across an urban to rural gradient. The student will have opportunities to explore their own research questions in conjunction with the project. Applications will be evaluated as they arrive. To apply: Please send letter of interest, CV, unofficial transcripts, and GRE scores (if available) to Dr. Nils Peterson (nils_peterson@ncsu.edu ).
B.S. degree in Wildlife Conservation, Economics, Sociology, Statistics, Environmental Science, or related fields. Strong quantitative skills, strong interpersonal skills.
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Nils Peterson
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