02 October 2007
WANTED: Graduate Candidate in Environmental Communication
Seeking a student interested in pursuing the MS in Technical Communication in the research area of Environmental Communication.
NSF funding for tuition and a $1500/month stipend, beginning January 2008 and ending May 2009, including summer 2008.
The research is centered on the role of citizen participation in shaping Superfund remedies at various sites in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin of Montana (“America’s Largest Superfund Site”). Tasks may include oral interviews of participants; reading and summarizing relevant literature; rhetorical analysis of risk communication; and reading, classification, and coding of documents based on Actor Network Theory.
The Department of Professional & Technical Communication offers the MS degree in Technical Communication. For more information on admissions requirements, the curriculum, and the faculty, please see the department website at http://www.mtech.edu/hss/ptc/grad_program.html .
If interested, please email me directly with a letter of interest and a resume to email@example.com.
Professor Pat Munday, PhD
Technical Communication Department
Butte MT 59701