Graduate Student Research and Teaching Assistantships-UMASS Lowell-Env, Earth & Atmos Sciences
The Department of Environmental, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (EEAS) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (www.uml.edu/sciences/eeas) offers several graduate research and teaching assistantships for motivated students for the Fall 2017 semester. Several positions are currently open, including in: Geochronology and Isotope Geochemistry (Prof. Richard Gaschnig), Extreme Precipitation in the Northeast US (Prof. Matthew Barlow), Arctic Greenhouse Gas Cycling (Prof. Daniel Obrist), Climatology of Snow Squalls in the Eastern U.S. (Prof. Frank Colby), Buried Ice in Antarctica (Prof. Kate Swanger), and Environmental Mercury Cycling (Prof. Daniel Obrist). Further information about these positions can be found on our webpage.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell (also known as UMass Lowell) is an urban public research university in Lowell, Massachusetts, with nearly 1,150 faculty members and 18,058 students. EEAS offers unique interdisciplinary study programs encompassing Geosciences, Meteorology, Hydrology, and Environmental Chemistry. EEAS offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Environmental Sciences, with concentrations in Environmental Studies, Geosciences, and Atmospheric Sciences. Graduate School admission policies are found under https://www.uml.edu/grad/.
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