[ES_JOBS_NET] MSc Student in Environmental Science/Chemistry
janice.brahney at usu.edu
Wed Oct 25 10:03:38 MDT 2017
The Environmental Biogeochemistry Lab at Utah State University is recruiting an MSc student to study the potential for crops irrigated with contaminated water to accumulate pollutants. The student will have the opportunity to work in laboratory, greenhouse, and field settings.
The student(s) must have completed a BSc by the start date and have a strong interest and background in one or all of the following subjects: chemistry, biochemistry, water quality, biogeochemistry, or toxicology. Students with experience working in laboratory settings are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to students with a strong work ethic and capacity to work independently.
How to Apply
Please send 1) a letter describing your background, interest in the project, and educational and career goals, 2) your unofficial transcript, and 3) a CV that includes your GRE scores and the names and contact information for three references to Janice.brahney at usu.edu<mailto:Janice.brahney at usu.edu>. Review of applications will begin November 15th and the position will remain open until filled.
Anticipated start date is no later than August 2018, but students may begin as early as June 2018.
About Logan and Utah State University
Utah State University is located in the city of Logan, Utah, a town with approximately 50,000 residents. Situated in a valley between the Wellsville and Bear River mountain ranges, Logan offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities including local ski resorts, biking, and hiking trails. Logan is just a short drive to Salt Lake City, as well as many National Parks, Monuments, and Conservation Areas. The low cost of living makes this area an attractive place to live, play, and work.
Dept of Watershed Sciences
Utah State University, Logan, Utah
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