MS Degree in Conservation Biology: NEW HAMPSHIRE

Agency
Antioch University New England
Location
Keene, NH, USA
Job Category
Graduate Assistantships
Salary
TBD (FWS and assistantships)
Start Date
08/25/2021
Last Date to Apply
07/15/2021
Website
https://www.antioch.edu/academics/environmental-studies-sustainability/environmental-studies-ms/conservation-biology-es-ms/
Description
EARN YOUR MASTER’S IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY NEW ENGLAND IS STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2021! The Conservation Biology concentration in the Environmental Studies Master’s Program at Antioch University New England in Keene, NH, USA is still accepting applications for fall 2021. Antioch Conservation Biology students build strong quantitative conservation skills in an interdisciplinary program that also emphasizes leadership, community-building, and environmental and social justice. Antioch faculty have grant funding to support student research in vertebrate ecology (e.g., birds and herps), invertebrate ecology (e.g., estuarine invertebrates and insects), forest ecology, and coastal restoration. Students who are eligible for US federal work-study can earn up to $7,000 per year in various on-campus work-study positions, including Teaching- and Research Assistantships. Students may also get involved in our numerous on-campus student groups, institutes, and centers. For more information, visit our webpage (https://www.antioch.edu/academics/environmental-studies-sustainability/environmental-studies-ms/conservation-biology-es-ms/) or contact Sarah Wilson, Admissions Counselor, at swilson(at)antioch.edu.
Qualifications
EARN YOUR MASTER’S IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2021! The Conservation Biology concentration in the Environmental Studies Master’s Program at Antioch University New England in Keene, NH, USA is still accepting applications for fall 2021. Antioch Conservation Biology students build strong quantitative conservation skills in an interdisciplinary program that also emphasizes leadership, community-building, and environmental and social justice. Antioch faculty have grant funding to support student research in vertebrate ecology (e.g., birds and herps), invertebrate ecology (e.g., estuarine invertebrates and insects), forest ecology, and coastal restoration. Students who are eligible for US federal work-study can earn up to $7,000 per year in various on-campus work-study positions, including Teaching- and Research Assistantships. Students may also get involved in our numerous on-campus student groups, institutes, and centers. For more information, visit our webpage (https://www.antioch.edu/academics/environmental-studies-sustainability/environmental-studies-ms/conservation-biology-es-ms/) or contact Sarah Wilson, Admissions Counselor, at swilson(at)antioch.edu.
Contact Person
Sarah Wilson, Admissions Counselor
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