[ES_JOBS_NET] MSc Positions in Dept. of Earth and Ocean Sciences, UNC Wilmington

Narcisa Pricope npricope at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 13:15:50 MST 2018

The Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of North
Carolina Wilmington is recruiting students to enroll in the MS in
Geoscience program for Fall 2018. The MS Geoscience is an exciting, applied
research program with three tracks (geology, earth processes, and
geospatial science) and opportunities for personalizing the program to suit
your career goals and research interests. Our program focuses on linking
classroom experience with hands-on fieldwork in a multitude of geographic
settings and sub-disciplinary or interdisciplinary frameworks. We pride
ourselves with significant community engagement and collaborations
including a thriving Internship Program with local, regional and federal
partners where you can gain experience and apply your academic training.
UNCW's MS in Geoscience is intellectually challenging and rewarding, with
collaborative projects among students, faculty and community partners. With
our location on the Atlantic coast, there is plenty of opportunity to study
coastal environments and resilience issues, yet our diverse faculty conduct
research around the world!

Competitive funding in the form of graduate teaching or research
assistantships are available. Applications are evaluated as soon as they
are submitted so applicants are encouraged to apply by March 1st with a
final deadline of April 15th deadline. Information about the MS Geoscience
program can be found here: https://uncw.edu//msgeoscience/index.html

For more information about UNCW, feel free to peruse our web site:
www.uncw.edu. For questions or additional information, please feel free to
contact Dr. Joanne Halls, Graduate Coordinator, at hallsj at uncw.edu
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