. Rebecca Niemiec is recruiting a PhD student to begin in Fall (or potentially Winter) 2019 in the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department at Colorado State University.
The student would help with an NSF-funded project focused on motivating neighborhood collective action for habitat conservation in peri-urban landscapes. The project will involve conducting large-scale field experiments in partnership with the City of Fort Collins and local non-profit organizations testing the effectiveness of different community outreach approaches.
The PhD position would include guaranteed funding for three years through a graduate research assistantship. Desired qualifications include: a masterÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â™s degree in natural resource management, environmental education, or other related field, statistical expertise, and knowledge of social-psychology theory as applied to environmental issues.
Prospective students interested in this opportunity may write directly to Dr. Rebecca Niemiec at Rebecca.email@example.com. Please include your CV and a cover letter with a description of your interest in the project and your relevant background experience.
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