New Assistantships – Apply Now:
- PhD Assistantship – Spring 2018 – A Longitudinal Study of Korean Transnational Families’ Sport and Recreation Participation, Acculturation, and Well-being.
- MS or PhD Assistantship- Spring 2018/Fall 2018 – Building Resilience and Innovation through Diverse Group Engagement; for community engagement research concerning long-term recovery from Hurricane Matthew.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management offers Graduate Assistantships to our on-campus doctoral and master’s degree students. A full, 20-hour/week assistantship carries a stipend, and it covers tuition and health insurance in accordance with the NC State Graduate Student Support Plan. The number of assistantships varies each year dependent on the amount and sources of funds. You are not required to apply for them separately, just apply to our graduate program using our convenient web-based application system. Below is a brief description of each assistantship type:
Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA)
Graduate Teaching Assistants support the department’s teaching mission and its high-quality undergraduate academic programs. GTAs serve as teaching assistants, lab instructors, or as instructor of record for one or more classes. They typically assist with instructional activities such as lectures, developing assignments and projects, grading and records keeping, and student advising.
Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA)
Graduate Research Assistants support the department’s research mission and its vibrant research programs. GRAs are fully engaged in research activities, such as literature review, research design, data collection and analysis, and results dissemination. Student research activities typically contribute directly to the student’s thesis or dissertation. Specific research assistantship opportunities will be posted on this page as they become available.
2018 Graduate Student Fellowship
- Susie Deazley Walston and Mac Walston Fellowship – Apply by 5pm, February 16, 2018.