Individuals starting a doctoral program in park and conservation management are eligible to be selected as a Hartzog Fellow in Park Resources Management. Fellowships are for one year, supplement departmental graduate assistantships, and are typically awarded every other year, based on availability of funding. Hartzog Fellows will work with park resource faculty on grants from park agencies and assist the department in conducting annual Hartzog events.
Students from related fields are encouraged to apply. Applicants should contact a professor in the Department of Parks Recreation and Tourism Management who share their interests. Faculty interests can be viewed at http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/prtm/aboutus/faculty.html.
Requirements for admission to the graduate school along with all forms are available at: http://www.grad.clemson.edu.
Clemson University is located in northwestern South Carolina offering a rural setting and a low cost of living. Clemson is less than an hour from more than a dozen natural resource areas and the Chattooga River, offering many opportunities for field research.
Additional general information about graduate school and application forms may be obtained at www.grad.clemson.edu or contact:
Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
128 McGinty Court, 263 Lehotsky Hall, Clemson, SC 29634-0735
Sue was the 3rd George B. Hartzog, Jr. Fellow. Sue is employed by the National Park Service as an Archaeologist and Natural Resource Advisor in Gulf Breeze, Florida
Carin was the 2nd George B. Hartzog Fellow. She is employed by the National Park Service, Environmental Planning and Compliance Team Alaska Regional Office, Anchorage, Alaska.
Lisa Machnik was the inaugural George B. Hartzog Fellow. She is employed by the U.S. Forest Service in Portland, Oregon as a Program Manager for Wilderness/Wild & Scenic Rivers.