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Community-based Adaptive Watershed Management

Graduate Research Opportunities 2003

Currently seeking strong interdisciplinary graduate student applicants (M.S. and Ph.D.) for the following research possibilities:

1)      Environmental Justice and Culturally Relevant Urban Watershed Indicators.

2)      Agriculture, Environment and Community Conflict

3)      Citizens, Trees and Ecological Restoration

4)      Participatory Action Research and Campus Watershed Management

5)      Information Exchange, Citizen Monitoring and Agricultural Best Management Practices

Students should have some of the following skills or interest:

(a)     Social science methods and theory
(b)     Qualitative and quantitative analysis
(c)     Community organizing and development
(d)     Geographic information systems
(e)     Natural resource management methods and theory
(f)     Integrated research, extension and teaching
(g)     Systems thinking

Students can apply to either the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife or the Department of Sociology.

For more information contact:

Geoffrey Habron
Assistant Professor
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Department of Sociology
Michigan State University
13 Natural Resources Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1222
517-432-8086 voice, 517-432-1699 fax
habrong@msu.edu
http://www.msu.edu/~habrong/



Geoffrey Habron                 Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife    Department of Sociology 
13 Natural Resources Building           316 Berkey Hall                 
East Lansing, MI 48824          East Lansing, MI 48824
517-432-8086 voice                      517-355-6639 voice
517-432-1699 fax                        517-432-2856 fax
habrong@msu.edu
http://www.msu.edu/~habrong