EARN YOUR MASTER’S DEGREE IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY!
ANTIOCH NEW ENGLAND IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2022
The Conservation Biology concentration in the Environmental Studies Master’s Program at Antioch University New England in Keene, NH, USA is accepting applications for fall 2022. Antioch Conservation Biology students build strong quantitative conservation skills in an interdisciplinary program that also emphasizes community engagement and environmental and social justice. ES faculty and staff are currently developing a new, fully online MS to launch in 2022-23, so students will be able to choose their preferred delivery model — face-to-face or online.
Master’s students can work with Antioch faculty in our existing research programs in vertebrate ecology (e.g., birds, herps), invertebrate ecology (e.g., estuarine invertebrates, insects), forest ecology, alpine ecology, marine ecology, and coastal restoration. In some cases, faculty may have extramural funding to support students in seasonal field and lab positions. Students who are eligible for US federal work-study can earn up to $7,000 per year in various on-campus work-study positions, including Graduate Teaching- and Research Assistantships and various positions in our numerous campus centers. Students may also apply for scholarships such as the Tom Wessels Environmental Scholarship and others. Early application deadline is March 1.
For more information, visit our webpage (https://www.antioch.edu/academics/environmental-studies-sustainability/environmental-studies-ms/conservation-biology-es-ms/) or contact Sarah Wilson, Admissions Counselor, at swilson(at)antioch.edu