Auburn University Graduate Assistantships

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Ecology Graduate Assistantships - College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment

ResearchPHD DegreeFully Funded

Information about two avian ecology graduate assistantships (one for a Master's student and one for a PhD student) at Auburn University, under the supervision of Dr. Jonathon Valente and Dr. Christopher Lepczyk, can be found here:

Project of Assistantship:

  • The project focuses on understanding the impacts of land management on breeding birds, with a substantial field component.
  • The research is part of a larger effort to understand how management activities impact biodiversity, involving collaboration with a large team of faculty, graduate students, and biologists from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. 
  • Field-based sampling will be conducted in six ecoregions throughout Alabama.
  • The positions are fully funded.

Eligibility of Assistantship:

Candidates are expected to have experience in:

  • Avian point counts,
  • Supervising personnel,
  • Working in remote settings,
  • A strong interest in population modelling and statistical tools.

Required qualifications for Assistantship:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a related field,
  • Strong communication skills,
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Additional qualifications for the PhD position include an existing MS degree and experience in various research and analytical methods.

Benefits of Assistantship:

  • The salary for the Master's position is $24,000 per year, while the PhD position offers $28,000 per year. Both positions include tuition remission and benefits.

To conclude, we can say that Auburn University is offering two fully funded avian ecology graduate assistantships with a focus on land management impacts on breeding birds. The positions offer substantial fieldwork across various ecoregions in Alabama, collaborative opportunities, and require a strong background in ecology and related fields. The Master's position offers a salary of $24,000 per year, while the PhD position offers $28,000 per year, both including tuition remission and benefits.

Graduate Research Assistatship for students in the Social Work program at Auburn University

Research

Information about Graduate research assistatship for students in the Social Work program at Auburn University's Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work has been provided here, let us go through it to know more:

Graduate Research Assistantships with Social Work

  • MSW Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA) are limited and competitive, so for gaining it students need to work hard.
  • GRAs receive tuition remission and a small monthly stipend and are expected to work 13.5 hours per week supporting faculty research initiatives.
  • Applications for GRAs should be submitted during the admissions process, including a one-page description of the applicant's need and research experience.

In short, Auburn University offers GRA for Social Work students, graduate students can apply for competitive Graduate Research Assistantships requiring 13.5 hours per week.

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