Research Assistantships Available

[Image] Research Assistantships Available

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE
JANUARY 15, 2014

(subject to availability of funds)

https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/groups/sois/webdocs/Research-Assistantships-14.pdf

The School of Information Studies (SOIS) is offering several Research Assistantships (RAships) available to all newly admitted students to the PhD program. These RAships are intended to provide research assistance opportunities for full-time students. Standard SOIS RAships will consist of a 33% appointment. The RAship covers tuition and benefits, and provides a stipend in return for approximately 13 hours of service per week.  Appointments will be increased to 50% after the first academic year in the program. Teaching Assistantships (TAships) are available to more senior students in the program. RA/TAships can be renewed for four years pending successful completion of RA/TA assignments and maintaining good academic performance.

All incoming students admitted to the PhD program are considered. Recipients must be admitted to the program and have full-time doctoral student status. Standard residency requirements apply.


PhD in Information Studies
http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/programs/phd/

• Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies prepares graduates for academic and professional careers where an in-depth knowledge of research processes and evaluation is needed
• SOIS Ranked among the top five Library and Information Science schools nationally in terms of total research publications
• Faculty members bring a broad range of research expertise and are nationally and internationally recognized for their contributions
• Program offers a variety of research areas in Information Studies
• Doctoral students are offered research assistantships and teaching assistantships as well as excellent travel and research grant support
• The size of the PhD program allows for much more personal interaction with faculty both during and outside of class.

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, School of Information Studies
PhD in Information Studies
http://www4.uwm.edu/sois/programs/phd/


Dr. Iris Xie
Director, PhD Program
UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies
PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Ph: 414.229.6835 | F: 414.229.6699 | E: hiris@uwm.edu
http://www.uwm.edu/sois





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