Paleonet: Graduate Research Opportunity South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSM&T)

Anderson, Laurie C. Laurie.Anderson at
Thu Jul 3 15:51:02 GMT 2014

Graduate Research Opportunity South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSM&T)

Academic-year stipend support and partial tuition remission are available through the SDSM&T Museum of Geology for graduate students interested in pursuing conservation paleobiology research using invertebrates and/or microfauna focusing on Miocene - Recent coastal and marine ecosystems. Opportunities to extend funding beyond the first academic year for up to 2.5 additional years may be provided based on student performance. In addition to research mentorship, the student will receive training in natural-history collections and archives digitization, and online and public floor museum exhibit development. The Department of Geology and Geological Engineering at SDSM&T offers MS degree programs in Geology and Geological Engineering and in Paleontology, and a PhD in Geology and Geological Engineering. Interested candidates may contact Drs. Laurie Anderson (Laurie.Anderson at<mailto:Laurie.Anderson at>) or Christina Belanger (Christina.Belanger at<mailto:Christina.Belanger at>) for additional information.
Laurie C. Anderson
Head and Professor, Geology & Geological Engineering
Director, Museum of Geology
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
501 E. St. Joseph
Rapid City, SD 57701
605-394-1290 (department office)
605-394-1212 (museum office)
Laurie.Anderson at
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