The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona, Tucson seek a motivated Ph.D. candidate interested in using dendrochronological samples from archaeological or historical contexts to address important questions concerning archaeological dendrochronology and past human/environment interaction. Geographic area open. The fellow will receive multi-year funding with a stipend of 20,000 USD/year, health insurance, and full tuition waiver. The successful candidate will be expected to develop additional funding sources for his or her specific project. Candidates must apply to, and be accepted into, the School of Anthropology and will work towards a Ph.D. in Anthropology. As part of the application package, applicants must include a statement describing their interests in archaeological dendrochronology and, if appropriate, a discussion of a possible project to be conducted during their term as the Agnese N. Haury Fellow. For additional information, contact Ronald H. Towner, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Dendrochronology and Anthropology, Agnese and Emil Haury Endowed Chair in Archaeological Dendrochronology, Laboratory of Tree-ring Research and School of Anthropology, The University of Arizona, W Stadium 105, Tucson, AZ 85721. (520) 621-6465. email@example.com.