NSF-Sponsored Graduate Fellowships

 in Paleoethnobotany

Fellowships are available to study ancient land-use activities of the ancient Maya at the Pre-Classic site of Yaxnocah, Mexico. Activities will include tropical forest surveys, herbarium specimen collection, archaeological excavation, flotation processing and analysis of plant macro- and micro-remains using light and electron microscopy in a newly renovated laboratory. Students can apply at the PhD, MA or MS levels. Interested candidates should contact:

David Lentz, Dpt. of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati