The School of Forestry and Natural Resources is offering an assistantship to a well-qualified candidates interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. The research opportunities involve mine land reclamation, non-timber forest products, and impacts of climate on tree physiology in West Virginia.
Applicants should have an undergraduate or M.S. degree in forestry, ecology, natural resources management, plant science, GIS/Remote-sensing, or related fields, and a strong academic record. Individuals need to be self-starters, able to work outdoors during inclement conditions, and have a valid driver license. Interested individuals should send letter stating interest, unofficial transcripts, and GRE scores to the email below.