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Current Open Positions (closing August 11, 2017)

Two-year funded Master's (or Ph.D.) project to join Indigenizing Salmon Management in Alaska team

The goal of the Indigenizing Salmon Management project is to use a deeply participatory approach to document the breadth and depth of Indigenous values, knowledge, and management systems connected to salmon across Alaska and to use this wisdom to inform current salmon governance in Alaska. We are seeking an Alaska Native graduate student (current or prospective) to join our team. Students could pursue Master’s or Ph.D. studies in Rural Development, Indigenous Studies, or Fisheries at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Student must be based in Alaska, but location is flexible. Students must be willing to travel to rural communities across Alaska. We offer two full years of funding (tuition, stipend, and benefits). Expected start date is fall 2017. Interested applicants should contact Courtney Carothers or Jessica Black. Applications, including  CV, statement of interest, copy of transcript(s), and names and contact information of three references should be emailed to by August 11. Please contact us with any questions. 

Courtney Carothers clcarothers@alaska.edu 907-375-1412; Jessica Black jcblack@alaska.edu (907) 474-7434


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Courtney Carothers,
Jul 24, 2017, 12:20 PM
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