Graduate Assistantship on Harvesting and Logistics of Short Rotation Woody Crops, Syracuse, NY

February 9, 2014

The Willow Project Research Group ( at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) (Dr. Timothy A. Volk - tavolk [at] in Syracuse, NY is inviting applications for an M.S. assistantship (20 hrs/wk for 2 years) to work on harvesting and logistics of short rotation woody crops as part of the NEWBio (Northeast Woody/Warm Season Biomass - funded by the US Department of Agriculture. 

Candidate will have a Bachelor’s of Science in Forestry, Agriculture, Forest or Agricultural Engineering, Sustainable Energy, Natural Resources Management, or a related field with a strong desire to work in the area of biomass for bioenergy and bioproducts. 

Students may apply for admission into the Forest and Natural Resources Management Program ( or the Environmental Science program (Coupled Natural and Human Systems area of study) (

Start Date Summer 2015.

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