Graduate Research Fellowships available

Joseph J. Schall jschall at moose.uvm.edu
Wed Oct 5 11:06:44 EST 1994


FELLOWSHIPS TO PURSUE GRADUATE STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT -- 
ECOLOGICAL AND EVOLUTIONARY PARASITOLOGY

The Evolutionary Ecology cluster in the Zoology Department has received a 
major grant from the National Science Foundation to fund six (6) new 
Ph.D. students in Ecology/Evolution/Animal Behavior.  These students will 
start the program in Fall, 1995 and be funded for five years.  The 
stipend is $14,000/year, with full tuition paid, plus a stipend for 
travel and supplies.  The Evolutionary Ecology cluster also has a $1.5 
million  grant to support research which can be used to assist graduate 
students.  Students who receive a GRT must be US citizens or residents.

Students who receive one of the Training Grants must conduct a research 
project in either 
ecological/evolutionary parasitology 
or 
use molecular techniques in some area of ecology-evolution-or animal 
behavior.

The Graduate Program especially is interested in applications from women 
or members of minority groups not well represented in science.

A full packet of information (including application materials) can be 
obtained from Jos. J. Schall, Department of Zoology, University of 
Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405 or by e-mail at     jschall at moose.uvm.edu




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