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University of Minnesota PhD graduate student assistantship Posted March 28, 2013 A PhD graduate student assistantship for three years is available starting in July 2013 in the Department of Forest Resources / University of Minnesota Extension, University of Minnesota. The project that the student will work on will involve the assessment of the environmental and economic benefits of woodland grazing (Silvopasture), which will be implemented in central Minnesota. A B.S. and M.S. in a closely related field are preferred and must have strong background on Forest Ecology, Watershed Management, and Hydrology. The assistantship will cover tuition fees, stipends, and health insurance for three years.
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