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We are excited to be recruiting multiple Ph.D. students for funded positions. 
These highly-competitive offers include four years of teaching/graduate 
assistantship, tuition and benefits, as well as other professional development 
opportunities, including travel grants for conferences and international 
teaching through our University at Buffalo (UB) degree programs in Singapore.
We welcome applications from prospective students with research interests in 
any of our areas of specialization<https://www.buffalo.edu/cas/geography.html>, 
including (but not limited to):

*         Earth Systems Science: climate change, water resources, forest 
ecology, atmospheric processes, natural resources management

*         Economic and Development Geography: labor and livelihoods, 
international trade and finance, industrial innovation, ethical markets and 
environmental governance

*         Geographic Information Science: remote sensing, land cover and land 
use change, volunteered geographic information, social media, big data

*         Health Geography: spatial epidemiology, social networks, public 
health access

*         Urban and Regional Analysis: regional development and decline, energy 
transitions, spatial statistics, urban sustainability
UB Geography is also home to two research centers, the Center for Trade, 
Environment and Development (CTED)<https://www.buffalo.edu/cted.html>, and the 
National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis 
(NCGIA)<http://www.ncgia.buffalo.edu/>. CTED faculty and students conduct 
research on trade and investment policies and patterns through the lens of 
social and environmental outcomes. NCGIA-Buffalo has focused its mission on 
excellence in GIScience research, and it has been leading and supporting 
campus-wide initiatives in Big Data related to Smart Health and Environmental 

Prospective students are encouraged to reach out to potential faculty 
to discuss your research interests and our program. You are also welcome to 
contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Trina Hamilton 
trina...@buffalo.edu for more information.

To be considered for funding, please submit your application (including GRE 
scores) as soon as possible, and NO LATER THAN JANUARY 10, 2019 through our 
online application system: 

Trina Hamilton
Associate Professor &
Director of Graduate Studies, Geography
Co-Director, Center for Trade, Environment and Development 
University at Buffalo (SUNY)
105 Wilkeson Quad, North Campus
Buffalo, New York  14261
Email: trina...@buffalo.edu
Voice: (716) 645-0482
Web: http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~trinaham/

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