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Graduate Research Assistantship: Ethnobotany and Traditional Ecological Knowledge for Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota

Frostburg State University
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Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism
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 Become part of a research team working on ethnobotany and traditional ecological knowledge for Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota. An assistantship is available for a master’s level graduate student in the area of Applied Ecology and Conservation Biology or Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. The assistantship is available immediately and will remain open until filled. Frostburg State University ( is located in the Appalachian highlands of western Maryland. Enrollment includes approximately 5,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students. The main campus covers 260 mostly forested acres within the small town of Frostburg (population 7,500). The local region is rich in both history and outdoor activities. Nearby recreational areas include Nature Conservancy Lands, State Forests, and State Parks. Exceptional outdoor activities include camping, boating, swimming, hiking, skiing, fishing, and hunting. 


Students should have an undergraduate degree in biology, wildlife, fisheries, environmental science, forestry, botany, or other related areas. Admission requirements include a 3.0 GPA and 300 (V+Q) GRE score. 

This research assistantship includes a competitive stipend and a tuition waiver and will be available for approximately two years for MS students.
How to Apply:

Please contact Dr. Sunshine Brosi via email with your specific research interests, professors within the department that share your interests, copies of academic transcripts, GRE scores, CV, and contact information for 3 references. Details of the graduate program at Frostburg State University including the application process and requirements can be found at… Contact: Dr. Sunshine Brosi, Associate Professor, Frostburg State University, Email: