Looking for MA, MS, and PhD candidates

It is getting close to the deadline for applying to our graduate program here at Indiana University. If you are a non-US student, the deadline is December 1 (for US students its January 15).

Of course, our Department is always looking for excellent new people to work with on projects varying from the design and production of virtual worlds, working with faculty and students in a state of the art psychophysiology research lab, or for example studying the content and reception of audio, visual, and written information in the context of political communication (such as elections). And that is just the tip of the iceberg...

Beyond all of that, I am always looking for motivated and fun people to work with on my own projects, particularly regarding the ongoing investigation of our lives lived in, rather than with media, as well as projects involving the challenges of managing media companies and careers.

If you are concerned about cost, please note the following quote regarding funding from our graduate program website:
In the Department of Telecommunications, successful applicants to the PhD program may expect guaranteed funding support as a Student Academic Appointee for three years. This will cover the costs of tuition as well as pay a stipend for living costs. Typical positions include Associate Instructor or Research Assistant.

Applicants to MS and MA programs may receive up to two years of guaranteed funding support as a Student Academic Appointee. The decision is based on merit and available department resources.

Consider this is a call-out for students interested in pursuing a MS, MA or PhD in the media arts and sciences! Please forward this to anyone you think may be interested in studying and living in beautiful southern Indiana...