... Recruiting MA Students for fully funded assistantships with interests in Globalization, Sustainability, Social Justice, or Geographic Methods For students
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, Oct 23, 2007
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Recruiting MA Students for fully funded
assistantships with interests in Globalization, Sustainability, Social
Justice, or Geographic Methods
For students interested in pursuing
graduate work relating to Globalization, Sustainability, Social Justice,
or Geographic Methods, the Department of Geography and Urban Studies at
Temple University is recruiting candidates for fully funded assistantships
in our Master's programs in Geography and Urban Studies. Our department
is growing as we work towards establishing a new PhD program for the near
future, and we can now offer an unusual number of fully funded fellowships
to masters’ students for the 2008 fall semester. We offer a range of
Teaching Assistantships, Research Assistantships, and Fellowships, all
of which include full tuition remission and stipends.
Our program focuses particularly on
four areas--Globalization, Sustainability, Social Justice,
and quantitative and qualitative Geographic Methods, including Geographic
Information Science (GIS). Graduates of our two-year MA programs
find employment in a diverse set of government and non profit agencies
both in the US and around the world. Our graduates are also competitive
candidates in top PhD programs in planning and geography.
We are in Philadelphia: an outstanding
venue for studying urban and geographic issues and an affordable, vibrant,
desirable place to live. Temple has recently been ranked as the most diverse
university in the nation. As a program with a strong interdisciplinary
focus, we welcome applicants from a broad range of the social sciences
and humanities, and particularly encourage minority and international applicants.
Application deadlines for fellowships
or financial assistance are:
15 for the fall semester
October 15 for the spring semester
Associate Professor and Undergraduate
Geography and Urban Studies
309 Gladfelter Hall Temple University,
1115 W. Berks St.
Philadelphia PA, 19122 USA
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