There are several graduate assistantships available for Fall 2010 in the Geospatial Science MS program at Missouri State University in Springfield. The program involves training and applications in geospatial technologies to address problems in physical geography, geology, and planning (http://geosciences.missouristate.edu/).
Teaching assistantships are in the areas of physical geography and geology labs, GIS labs, and human/culture geography.
Research assistantships in Geology may be available in carbon sequestration, geophysical investigations, and hydrogeology.
Research assistantships in Geography may be available in climatology, water quality, soil geomorphology, and fluvial geomorphology.
Opportunities area available to work within or collaborate with the Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute at Missouri State University (http://oewri.missouristate.edu/).
Please pass this message on to interested students.
Robet T. Pavlowsky
Missouri State University