The University at Albany's (UA) Atmospheric Sciences Research Center (ASRC), Albany, NY, USA, has several merit-based first-year fellowships available for ASRC-advised doctoral students beginning in Fall 2016.
ASRC is recruiting applicants in the areas of: ice microphysics; wind energy; aerosol-cloud radiation interactions; air-sea interactions; land-atmosphere interactions; air pollution and atmospheric chemistry; and regional and global air pollution and climate modeling.
While UA’s doctoral program in Atmospheric Science will be an appropriate choice for most applicants, ASRC is also interested in proposals to conduct interdisciplinary research leading to degrees in other areas, including but not limited to: physics, chemistry, environmental health, computer science, information science/geographic information science (GIS), and biology.
For more information on ASRC faculty, research areas and affiliations, and the application process, please visit the ASRC student opportunities webpage (http://www.albany.edu/asrc/47989.php
The deadline for applications is February 15, 2016.
The full fellowship program announcement is attached herein.
Craig R. Ferguson, Ph.D.
Atmospheric Sciences Research Center
SUNY-University at Albany, Albany, NY, USA