Graduate Programs and Fellowships
Ohio State Rural Sociology Program and Fellowship
The Rural Sociology specialization in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at Ohio State University is seeking high quality applicants for several academic fellowship opportunities. Qualified students may also be considered for teaching and research associateships depending on school and faculty needs.
Fellowship awards are for one and possibly multiple years and include stipend, tuition and fees, with additional years of support possible via teaching or research associateships. Fellowship awards are available beginning in Fall 2014. To be considered for a fellowship, applications for graduate study are due by December 31st, 2012. Contact our graduate program staff at ENRGrad@osu.edu for guidance regarding submission of an application and contact Linda Lobao (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further detail about graduate studies in Rural Sociology. See http://senr.osu.edu/ for more information about the School of Environment and Natural Resources at Ohio State and http://go.osu.edu/RuralSociology for information specific to the rural sociology specialization.
Binghamton University, State University of New York Graduate Program in Biomedical Anthropology
The Master of Science (MS) degree in Biomedical Anthropology is an innovative program that prepares professionals for a variety of health related fields. The MS degree is geared towards the development of versatile professionals and emphasizes interdisciplinary approaches towards understanding the dynamic interactions between biological, cultural, and behavioral factors that shape health outcomes. Students interested in becoming applied professionals as well as those interested in preparation for doctoral level training will find this program of interest. The Program’s research and training facilities include onsite state-of-the-art wet and dry laboratories, along with fieldwork opportunities and internships in local, national, and international settings.
Visit our website at http://biomedical.binghamton.edu for further details.