Nine graduate programs received 51 state-funded supplemental research assistant positions for 2008 in the Graduate School’s catalytic enhancement of doctoral programs.
The idea is for the state money to serve as a catalyst to attract other funding and expand the number of quality graduate students.
Programs/Positions OK’d for 2009 and 2010 Funding
* Anthropology, 11 positions
* Chemistry, 5 positions
* School of Earth and Environmental
Sciences and School of Economic
Sciences, 6 positions
* College of Engineering
and Architecture, 8 positions
* Molecular Plant Sciences,
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