NC State University's interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Geospatial Analytics(scholarship)


 NC State University's interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Geospatial Analytics

( is now accepting applications for multiple funded assistantship positions commencing in Fall 2023. These positions are fully funded, and students will receive $30,000 salary, benefits, and tuition waiver renewable( up to four years. The program is currently looking for students to fill the following positions: Invasive Species Modeling(, Geospatial Analytics for Natural Resource Challenges(, Spatial Social Network Analysis for Disaster Recovery(, Land Change Modeling(, Atmospheric Chemistry, and Ecological Impact of Oyster Restoration

The Ph.D. program is committed to prioritizing student mental health and well-being, open data and data ethics, environmental and social justice, collaboration, community, and equity. Additionally, the program provides multidisciplinary advising from over a dozen departments across the university. Students will also have access to a curriculum offering core courses in topics such as remote sensing, geovisualization, and data mining, as well as discipline-specific electives. Furthermore, students will gain experience in experiential learning, including a professional seminar, conference travel opportunities, and geospatial externship.

NC State University is particularly interested in increasing the representation of students from groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education. Interested students can find additional details and complete application instructions at For further questions, students are encouraged to contact Rachel Kasten, the Graduate Services Coordinator, at

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