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Doctoral Research Assistantship: Women in Agritourism The Equitable and Sustainable Tourism Research Group in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management is seeking a highly qualified candidate who is committed to pursuing a Ph.D. starting July 2015. Candidates should have a strong desire to engage in high-quality research focused on tourism in the context of community development and sustainability. Advised by Dr. Carla Barbieri, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an interdisciplinary research team to address the needs, challenges and opportunities of women involved in agritourism. The Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM) at North Carolina State University is seeking a qualified candidate who is committed to pursuing a Ph.D. degree and engaging in high impact research. The candidate will work with Dr. Carla Barbieri’s research team to address the needs, challenges and opportunities of women involved in agritourism.
Potential candidates for the assistantship must meet admission standards and be fully accepted to the PRTM doctoral program. Candidates must have positive recommendations from previous positions. Prior research experience is expected through a Master of Science degree (or equivalent). Strong organizational, project management and communication skills are preferred. For further information, contact Dr. Carla Barbieri (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until an optimal candidate is identified. You can learn more about Barbieri’s research by visiting her Agritourism & Societal Well-being Lab website.
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UCP-SARnet Board Meeting
UCP-SARnet Board meeting will take place on Nov. 19,2014 at GIOS (ASU main campus) room 401 from 3:00-5:30.
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Special Meeting with Representatives from World Bank funded African Center of Excellence(ACE)
Your management team had an opportunity to meet Dr. Jibrin. Dr. Jibrin heads the World Bank funded African Center of Excellence(ACE) focused on Dryland agriculture at Bayero University in Nigeria. Here we discussed future collaborative efforts.
"The World Bank has designated ten Nigerian Public and Private Universities as Centres of Excellence for outstanding research programmes in key areas of societal development."