Graduate Student Assistantships

We are offering Graduate Student Assistantships through centers and resea rch

programs in the Department of Environmental Studies Department at the

Antioch University New England. These assistantships place the student at the intersection of scholarship

and practice as they develop their professional skills as part of our

Master=92s or PhD programs in Environmental Studies. Assistantships are currently available in: – Forest Ecology and Management

– Wildlife Ecology: turtle conservation

– Applications in GIS – Climate Change Preparedness

– Environmental Education

– Food Justice and Community Gardening

– US Progressive Caucus Fellowship

– Social Justice: Livable Wage Initiative

Students interested are encouraged to apply as part of their application  for

admission to the Master=92s Degree in Environmental Studies.   We encoura ge

prospective students to contact us if they have any questions about the

assistantships or the degree programs. More details on the graduate programs can be found at

Application materials will be accepted until June 1, 2017 or until a

suitable candidates are found.

For admission info, contact, Sarah Wilson,

For assistantship info contact, Professor Peter A. Palmiotto,

Antioch University New England believes in ecological stewardship and soc ial

justice, cultivating local as well as global perspectives to educate

students with diverse backgrounds and opinions to become leaders of chang e.

For more information go to