Graduate Student Training
The Minnesota Population Center offers several training opportunities for graduate students, including a formal graduate training program in Population Studies, a graduate minor in Population Studies, opportunities to obtain hands-on training as a research assistant on substantive and data infrastructure research projects, funding for travel to professional conferences, collaborative writing groups, and weekly seminars and workshops. These training opportunities are available to students enrolled in degree programs in any academic department or unit affiliated with MPC.
- Graduate Training Program in Population Studies
- Graduate Minor in Population Studies
- Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowships
- Conference Travel Funding
- Employment Opportunities
- Paper Surgery Groups
- Seminars and Workshops
For more information on the Graduate Training Program, the Population Studies Minor, or the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship, please email MPC Training Director Dave Hacker (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To apply to become a Graduate Student Member at MPC, please send a current CV and a brief statement of your population studies-related research interests to Gina Rumore.