Masters Position in Rural Development
Apply for Masters Position in Rural Development.
Are you interested in participatory research in rural development? Hoping to study sustainable livelihoods in housing or food? Are you
keen on action research for Indigenous community development? If interested, student funding is available for research positions at the master level with the Mino Bimaadiziwin Partnership to study:Indigenous food systems, sustainable housing, Indigenous community development, sustainable livelihoods or post-secondary education.
To learn more about this research program please check out the website at: http://ecohealthcircle.com, particularly the proposal.
Funding: $17,500/year stipend and research funding with entrance scholarship of $5,000 possible.
Check website at: http://ecohealthcircle.com
If interested please contact: Shirley Thompson at s.thompson@Umanitoba.ca or 204-474-7170.
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