Graduate Student Research Assistantship Available – Apply Now

Picture of California oak woodland
The CSULB Geography department is pleased to announce a new graduate student research assistant position that will involve working on grassland and oak woodlands research in California. This position is open to students enrolled in Geography M.A. program. Applicants will ideally have experience in biogeography, statistics, and/or UAV based remote sensing. The assistantship will allow for up to 20 hours per week of work on the project during the academic year and full-time work over summer. Pay will be subject to experience. If you are interested in applying for this position additional information, please contact Dr. Paul Laris, Geography Dept. Chair, at paul.laris@csulb.edu

The details of this position can be saved by downloading the PDF below:

Geography Graduate Student Research Assistantship Flyer (2018)