Graduate Research Opportunities

Merit-based Graduate Fellowships available

All incoming (2020-2021) ASRC-advised doctoral students are eligible to compete for one-year merit-based ASRC Graduate Fellowships that carry a full tuition waiver and stipend.

The University at Albany´s Atmospheric Sciences Research Center (ASRC) is pleased to announce merit-based first-year fellowships for new ASRC-advised doctoral students. A first-year fellowship includes full tuition (9 credits per semester) and a research assistantship stipend for a 12-month period beginning in late August 2020. Pending satisfactory academic performance, successful applicants can expect comparable support levels in subsequent years. All first-year doctoral students, domestic and international, interested in being advised or co-advised by an ASRC faculty member are eligible to apply. To receive full consideration for the fellowship, applicants must submit by February 01, 2020: (1) an application for admission to the appropriate University at Albany Doctoral Program, and (2) a letter requesting fellowship consideration to the ASRC Graduate Fellowship Committee, c/o Dr. Sara Lance smlance@albany.edu. The letter of request should be a 1 page "cover letter" alerting the committee of the applicant’s research interests and the potential ASRC advisor(s) identified. Applicants are strongly encouraged to coordinate their application with a faculty member at ASRC prior to submission. Late applications may be considered under special circumstances.

For a listing of graduate student opportunities within the ASRC or the Atmospheric Sciences Department, see https://www.albany.edu/atmos/34268.php.