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GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS FOR PhD STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS FOR PhD STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI The School of Planning, within the College of Design, Architecture, Art and
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 01/09/2004 08:22 PM -----


      GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS FOR PhD STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI


      The School of Planning, within the College of Design, Architecture, Art
      and
      Planning, at the University of Cincinnati is pleased to announce the
      availability of several graduate assistantships in August 2003 for new PhD
      students in Regional Development Planning. Assistantships include tuition
      and the general fee plus a nine-month stipend of $1000 per month.
      Additional funding for summer research may also be available.
      Assistantships are for a period of three years contingent upon the
      student's performance.

      The School welcomes applications from superior students, with a master's
      degree in planning or a related field, interested in a doctoral program in
      planning stressing economic development at levels ranging from the
      community to region, utilizing all contemporary methods of planning
      analysis. The full-time faculty of 19 plus several part-time adjuncts is
      one of the largest in the country, and with over 200 students, the
      University of Cincinnati is one of only three universities in the United
      States with accredited bachelor's and master's programs, as well as a PhD.
      It's five-year BUP degree, with a minimum of five studios, six
      co-operative
      education experiences and a thesis, is the standard against which other
      undergraduate programs are measured, and its MCP program is offered as
      both
      a two-year option with a required studio, thesis and internship, and as a
      twelve month option for mid-career planning professionals.

      The University of Cincinnati is a state-assisted, doctoral/research
      university with 35,000 students. It is ranked among the top 50 American
      universities in endowment, federal research and development expenditures
      and holdings of university research libraries. The campus has been
      described as "one of the most architecturally dynamic campuses in America
      today" (Princeton Architectural Press, 2001), and the state of the art
      equipped building within which the School is housed was designed by Peter
      Eisenman.

      For further information, consult the School website listed below or
      contact:

      Dr. David J. Edelman, Eur Ing SIA/AICP
      Professor and Director
      School of Planning
      PO Box 210016
      University of Cincinnati
      Cincinnati, OH 45221-0016

      Tel: 513/556-2378
      Fax: 513/556-1274
      Web: http://ucplanning.uc.edu


      Xinhao Wang, PhD, AICP
      Associate Professor
      School of Planning
      University of Cincinnati
      Cincinnati, OH 45221-0016
      Phone: 513-556-0497
      Fax: 513-556-1274
      Email: xinhao.wang@...
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