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Graduate Research Assistantships

Graduate students who have been accepted by the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, have the opportunity to apply for Research Assistantships and work collaboratively with faculty members and research staff in conjunction with the Center for International Trade in Forest Products (CINTRAFOR). CINTRAFOR's mission is to provide timely and useful information relating to forest products marketing, forest management, public policy, and international trade. CINTRAFOR works in partnership with companies and governments on various production and trade issues. The center promotes many collaborative projects and participates in the Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials (CORRIM), a consortium of researchers dedicated to understanding environmental performance through the life cycle of renewable wood materials.