FW by Andy Wilson
The Human-Environment Systems Initiative (http://hes.boisestate.edu/) at Boise State University is hiring a PhD or MS student to conduct interdisciplinary research on land use, conservation, climate change, and ecosystem services in the Intermountain West. The student will pursue a degree in Geosciences at Boise State, and will be funded by an NSF project on coupled human-environment systems in Idaho (https://www.idahoecosystems.org). A strong background in landscape ecology, GIS, remote sensing, and statistics will be an asset. The assistantship provides a competitive stipend, tuition waivers and health insurance.
Initial funding is available for one year, and based on performance, renewable for an additional year. Additional funding can be obtained from external grants or teaching assistantships. Boise Idaho is a vibrant capital city in the Intermountain West with a low-cost of living, high quality of life, and abundant year-round outdoor activities. To apply, send a CV and a letter describing your experience, your research interests, and your career goals to email@example.com.