|From||Clark Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 26 Nov 2012 23:17:18 -0600|
Below, please find information regarding M.S. and Ph.D. student assistantships in Atmospheric Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for graduate studies commencing during the Fall 2013 academic semester. Please distribute to any students who may be interested, and thank you in advance for your consideration.
Clark Evans Assistant Professor, Atmospheric Science Group Department of Mathematical Sciences University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee E-mail: email@example.com // firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1.414.229.5116 Web: http://derecho.math.uwm.edu/
Graduate Student Assistantships in Atmospheric Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The Atmospheric Science Program in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites applications to our graduate program at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels (http://brock.math.uwm.edu/program/grad.html). Approximately 3-5 research and teaching assistantships are anticipated to be available for studies commencing in Fall 2013.
Our program is led by 7 faculty members (http://brock.math.uwm.edu/faculty/index.html). Research specialties include climate dynamics, air pollution meteorology, cloud physics, severe storms, tropical cyclones, and related topics across dynamic, synoptic, mesoscale, and physical meteorology. Our location within the Department of Mathematical Sciences enables fruitful research collaborations with mathematicians. Our program emphasizes student development through the continual interaction of students with their faculty mentors and has been successful in placing recent M.S. and Ph.D. graduates in gainful employment in academia, the private sector, and at operational forecast centers.
Application instructions are available at http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/math/graduate/admissions.cfm. Applications received by 15 January 2013 will receive full consideration for all available assistantships. Prospective students interested in the research of a particular faculty member are encouraged to directly contact that faculty member to discuss potential research opportunities.
More information about the Atmospheric Science Program at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee may be found at http://brock.math.uwm.edu/. Please contact Prof. Clark Evans, email@example.com, with any questions or requests for more information.
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