GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPs
Graduate research assistantships are available to support graduate studies
toward a Ph. D. degree at Texas Tech University. Research projects
include studies of gene expression under multiple stresses and
identification of genes controlling mite resistance in maize, high
resolution genetic mapping and physical mapping of drought tolerance QTLs,
and molecular breeding for drought and insect tolerance in cereal crops.
Interested students should submit a statement of goals and research
interest, a resume including academic experience and three references, GRE
score, and college transcripts. Annual stipends will range from $12,000 to
14,000. Outstanding students will qualify for a fellowship supplement at
$3,000 per year. Preference will be given to U.S. citizens or permanent
residents due to source of funding. Send application to:
Prof. Henry T. Nguyen, Plant Molecular Genetics Laboratory, Department of
Plant and Soil Science, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-2122.
Telephone: (806) 742-1622. Fax: (806) 742-0775. E-mail: bwhtn at ttacs.ttu.edu