A MS position is available in the Neeson lab at the University of Oklahoma, 
January 2017. The student will join an interdisciplinary team of researchers 
examining the 
growth of road networks through time in Oklahoma, the effects of roads on 
and the role of the natural environment in determining patterns of road network 
We welcome applications from students with an interdisciplinary background, and 
there is 
considerable room for the student to determine the direction of the project. 
candidates will have experience in GIS, programming or statistics, excellent 
verbal and 
written communication skills, and the ability to collaborate within an 
interdisciplinary team. 
The student will be supported with a teaching assistantship (stipend, tuition 
waiver and 
benefits) and based in the Department of Geography and Environmental 
Sustainability at 
OU, a growing department with five faculty hires in the last three years. To 
learn more 
about our lab, visit http://neesonlab.oucreate.com. To apply, send a single PDF 
with CV, 
unofficial transcripts and GRE scores, a brief statement of research interests 
and goals, 
and contact information for three references to Dr. Thomas Neeson 
Please apply by Oct. 15 for full consideration. 

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