The Department of Environmental Science at Baylor University is accepting applications for M.S. and Ph.D. graduate assistants. Students mentored by faculty in the environmental sciences at Baylor routinely engage interdisciplinary research projects involving multiple faculty members from other departments on campus, and at other universities where collaborative research is ongoing on several continents. Faculty expertise includes air and water quality, climate change, environmental toxicology and chemistry, risk assessment, applied ecology, and environmental management. Student research projects often integrate across multiple disciplines, involve laboratory and field studies, and examine factors compromising public health and the environment. State-of-the-science laboratories, core research facilities, and instrumentation are available in the Baylor Sciences Building (www.baylor.edu/bsb). Successful candidates will receive competitive stipends, health insurance and other benefits, including a full tuition waiver.
For more information, contact Kristie Curttright at Kristie_Curttright@Baylor.edu or Dr. Erica Bruce at Erica_Bruce@Baylor.edu.
Application deadline for Fall 2018 is 2nd January 2019. Prospective students should contact graduate faculty mentors prior to submitting an application at: https://grad.baylor.edu/apply/.