IMPACT GEOLOGY RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY OF A MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE

Presently, there is an opening for a geology student holding a BS in geology to enter the Masters (M.S.) in geology program at Auburn University’s Department of Geology and Geography and study impact geology for his or her thesis research project. Auburn has a small impact and planetary geology program, where the emphasis is on marine impact craters and impact-related stratigraphy. The candidate must have a BS in geology or equivalent degree in hand by January 2015, must have gained admission to the Graduate School at Auburn, and must agree to move to Auburn, Alabama and take up an available teaching assistantship and impact-geology research project by the onset of the spring semester 2015 (i.e., January 14, 2015). Learn more about Auburn at:  http://www.auburn.edu
and about the G&G department at:
For more information on this opportunity, please contact Prof. David King (kingdat@auburn.edu; 1 334 844 4882).
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