Current and entering students are invited to apply for the research assistantship position described below with Dr. Nancy Grudens-Schuck.
Start date January 9, 2017. Graduate research assistant to assist a multidisciplinary team to conduct prairie strips workshops, evaluate learning outcomes, and organize data. Half-time masters student for twelve months. Ideally proficient in curriculum development and evaluation of learning outcomes. Agriculture or native land use content area preferred. Excellent communication and organizational skills needed. Inquiries welcomed from students in agricultural education, community and regional planning, horticulture, natural resources ecology and management, journalism and communications; and sustainable agriculture. Thesis and publications as products. On-campus students only. Funded by the McKnight Foundation. Supervised by Dr. Nancy Grudens-Schuck, Agricultural Education and Studies.
Contact Dr. Nancy Grudens-Schuck for additional information and to apply, firstname.lastname@example.org or 515 294-0894. Resume or CV and personal interview required.