Graduate Research Assistantships in Water and Soil Quality.  Southern
Illinois University Carbondale

The Department of Forestry at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU)
announces the availability of a Ph.D. and M.S. research assistantship
beginning in May or August 2018.  Assistantships include annual stipends of
$17,856 for M.S. students and $19,320 for Ph.D. students and a tuition waiver.

Successful candidates will join a team of researchers and graduate students
led by Karl W.J. Williard and Jon E. Schoonover.  The team is investigating
water and soil quality responses to various management practices in
agricultural watersheds, including cover crops, gypsum applications,
saturated buffers, and tillage.  Assistantships are funded through grants
from the Illinois Nutrient Research and Education Council.  Research will
include significant field and laboratory components.

Qualified applicants should possess a M.S. or bachelor’s degree in soil
science, agronomy, forestry, environmental science, chemistry, biology, or a
related discipline.  Please email a letter of interest, resume, and GRE
scores to Dr. Karl Williard, and Dr. Jon Schoonover, by April 12, 2018 for full consideration.  Contact Dr.
Williard with any questions at 618-453-7478.  Please visit the following web
sites for information on the M.S. program in the Department of Forestry  and the Ph.D. program in Agricultural Sciences 

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