If you’re a faculty member who is advising a graduate student, and that student is interested in native ecosystems (and making a few extra bucks to pay the rent), then consider submitting a proposal to the Army Natural Resources Program O‘ahu (ANRPO).
The Graduate Assistantships will support applied research projects to improve management outcomes for ecosystems and species on ANRPO-managed lands on O‘ahu. Proposals are due January 31.
“This is a great opportunity for graduate students to conduct research that directly benefits our native ecosystems, and to collaborate with leaders in conservation and restoration on O'ahu!” says Dr. Melissa Price of the Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Management.
ANRPO is responsible for managing native ecosystems and threatened and endangered species located on lands utilized for army training activities to mitigate impacts and maintain native species and ecosystems. ANRPO conducts conservation actions on Army, State and private lands across Oahu.
For questions or to submit a proposal, please contact Melissa at email@example.com.