Graduate Student Assistantships

Bruce McDonald bam1587 at VENUS.TAMU.EDU
Wed Mar 16 10:13:04 EST 1994


GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE PROGRAM FOR BIOLOGY OF
FILAMENTOUS FUNGI AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

The Program for Biology of Filamentous Fungi has five graduate student
stipends available each year for qualified US citizens through a NSF
training grant.  The purpose of this grant is to provide first-year support
to students interested in any aspect of fungal biology.  Student support
for the first year includes $14,000 for a stipend and additional support to
cover full tuition costs and medical benefits.  

Students may receive the Ph.D. degree in Plant Pathology, Biology or
Genetics.  As part of the Program for Biology of Filamentous Fungi at Texas
A&M University, students will be associated with one of the largest groups
of fungal biologists at a North American university.  Literature on the
Program will be sent upon request.

Assistantships are available for the Fall, 1994 semester.  The Program will
be glad to send additional information to interested students and faculty
advisors.  Please contact the Program via Internet (preferred), letter,
phone, or FAX.  

Program for Biology of Filamentous Fungi
c/o Bruce McDonald
Dept. Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX  77843-2132
USA
Internet:  BAM1587 at ZEUS.TAMU.EDU
Bitnet:  BAM1587 at TAMZEUS
Phone:  409-845-7311
FAX:  409-845-6483




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