Saturday, 30 October 2010
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Sunday, 17 October 2010
Posted by Krajend at 23:43
Thursday, 14 October 2010
It is our great pleasure to congratulate one of its alumnii to be rewarded admission for Ph.D. in world renowned university of the USA, named University of Alabama
Mr. Ojha got the admission to the Ph.D. programme at this university on the basis of his excellence in his Master Degree, long work experience and research background. He will be doing Ph.D. on Siliviculture and Ecology. He has already started his course since August 2010. He was Master Degree student at Tropical and International Forestry Programme of Georg August University of Goetttingen, Germany. He was closely supervised by Prof. Dr. Ralph Mitlöhner for his master thesis. He had outstanding results and academic performance here in Goettingen !
We would like to congratulate Mr. Ojha for his achievement. The success, he achieved, not only make him happy, but for all of us as one of our alumnii has achieved it. This is the matter of pride to all of us! You made us proud and happy, hope and wish that you will make one day the whole country proud through your excellence and contribution in the science. Read more...
Posted by Krajend at 07:43
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
The School of Renewable Natural Resources offers generous graduate research assistantships for students interested in graduate studies in applied forest ecology and forestry leading to Ph.D. or MS degrees. Louisiana has an abundance of natural resources that are found in a diversity of terrestrial and aquatic habitats ranging from coastal marshes to upland forests. These resources, combined with the subtropical climate and the geomorphology of the state, are the foundation of the unique culture of Louisiana. Creative students are needed to investigate potential threats to the maintenance of forest resources such as urban sprawl, subsidence, and climate change. Students are also needed to develop techniques for recovering special habitats associated with longleaf pine, shortleaf pine, and cypress-tupelo cover types. We seek students with interest in one or more discipline areas represented by faculty in the School, with the ultimate goal of basic or applied research that supports management and restoration of forest resources and habitats to enhance the quality of life in Louisiana.
These graduate assistantships are supported by the Lucis Wilmont Gilbert Foundation for Forestry Research. Successful applicants will have academic credentials that generally place them in the upper 5 % of applicants to the graduate program in the School of Renewable Natural Resources based on GRE scores, GPA, letters of references, and other evidence of the applicant's potential. In addition to the research assistantship, instate and out-of-state tuition is waived, and recipients will receive a scholarship to cover fees and travel support present papers or posters at scientific meetings.
For more information about research opportunities, look at our web site at http://www.rnr.lsu.edu/Research/Research.htm. For more information about Gilbert Research Assistantships contact Thomas J. Dean by email (fwdean at lsu.edu), by mail (School of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803), or by phone (225-578-4216).Read more...
Posted by Baburam at 17:16