PhD/MS graduate assistantships in Environmental and Analytical Chemistry at U Montana
PhD and MS teaching/research assistantships at the chemistry department of University of Montana are available for Fall 2019. We are seeking up to eight new graduate students to join in various research groups in atmospheric chemistry, oceanography, and instrumentation development. Applications need to be submitted to UMT graduate school by 15th of December (http://www.applyweb.com/apply/uomont/menu.html). Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact interested faculty before the deadline. More information at http://hs.umt.edu/chemistry/research/environmentalChemistry.php , http://hs.umt.edu/luhu/documents/UM_environmental_analytical_ad.pdf , and http://hs.umt.edu/chemistry/student-info/graduate/admission.php .
- NSF, NASA, NOAA, DOE, and NIH funded scientists to investigate global and regional environmental issues highly relevant to society
- Internationally recognized for outstanding research in biomass burning, environmental sensor development, and beyond
- Recent research includes: aircraft, ship, and ground-based field research in the Arctic, Bermuda, Nepal, Indonesia, Australia, and U.S.
- Many opportunities for student fellowships
- Strong faculty-student interactions
About Missoula, MT
- Lively city of about 70,000 surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery
- Easy access to world-class outdoor recreation facilities: skiing, biking, kayak, fishing, hiking, climbing, and many more
- Cool art, culture, food, microbrewing
- Frequently ranked among the top places in the U.S. to live
- Close to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks
- 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 500+ faculty members
- “Top rated for combining academic quality and outdoor recreation, The University of Montana boasts one of the most scenic campuses in America.” *
- Excellent research reputation: Ranked nationally #122 in Chemistry, #78 in Earth Sciences; globally #81 in Environment/Ecology*