Michigan Community and Anishinaabe Renewable Energy Sovereignty [MICARES]
Now Recruiting Graduate Researchers
to evaluate risks, barriers, and opportunities associated with renewable energy implementation in rural and indigenous communities in Michigan.
The MI-CARES project is an interdisciplinary research project funded by the National Science Foundation.
We aim to develop tools to help all communities make decisions about how to increase the use of renewable energy while promoting community values and community wellbeing.
Research assistantship funding will cover tuition costs and a monthly stipend. The number of years of funding available varies across positions. Start dates are flexible, with students beginning in fall 2020, spring 2021, or fall 2021.
Students with experience in indigenous communities are preferred.
We are recruiting MS and PhD Students for a variety of programs. Interested individuals should contact potential faculty advisors in your research area for more information:
Michigan Technological University
- Electrical and Computer Engineering: email@example.com
- Materials Science and Engineering: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chemical Engineering: email@example.com
- Forest Resources and Environmental Science: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Computer Science: email@example.com
- Environmental and Energy Policy: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Michigan State University
- Community Sustainability: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com