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Positions that are available


1. Spring Scholars

Two to three undergraduate students are sought for a Spring Scholar Program as part of the interdisciplinary project which is funded by the National Science Foundation NSF CNH Project in China: Impacts of Ecosystem Service Payments in Coupled Natural and Human Systems (2012-2016; PI: Dr. Li An). The positions will include approximately 10-14 days of field work in the Spring of 2016 within Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China. Program dates will roughly coincide with SDSU Spring Break. See position Announcement.

--The selection of these two spring scholar positions has been closed.


2. Message to prospective doctoral students

Funding opportunities exist for students who want to pursue doctoral degree in the following fields: landscape ecology, space-time analysis and modeling, human-environment interaction, land use and land cover change, geocomputation, and complexity theory. The joint doctoral program between the Department of Geography at SDSU and the Department of Geography at University of California, Santa Barbara will have funding to support a number of doctoral students each year. Visit this site also for more information. The admission and financial support are competitive--please contact Dr. An at lan@mail.sdsu.edu before you send your application.


3. Message to prospective master's students

Funding opportunities exist for students who want to pursue master's degree in landscape ecology, space-time analysis and modeling, human-environment interaction, land use and land cover change, geocomputation, and complexity theory. I strongly encourage master's students working with me to turn his/her thesis into a journal publication. Visit this site also for more information. The admission and financial support are competitive--please contact Dr. An at lan@mail.sdsu.edu before you send your application.


4. Message to prospective postdoctoral research fellows

Funding opportunities may arise when extramural funding comes in. Visit this site also for more information about my research. Please contact Dr. An at lan@mail.sdsu.edu.

 

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