Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor, Extrasolar Planets at George Mason University

The George Mason University, Department of Physics and Astronomy within the School of Physics, Astronomy, and Computational Science is accepting applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor-level in the field of Extrasolar Planets.

Responsibilities:
The successful applicant will teach courses in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and develop an extrasolar planets research program.

George Mason University is located in Fairfax, Va., in the suburban Washington, D.C., area. This location offers prospects for collaboration at several nearby institutions and federal laboratories, such as the Goddard Space Flight Center, the Carnegie Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, the Space Telescope Science Institute, the National Institute of Science and Technology, and the Naval Research Laboratory.

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  1. Simon Lucero

    I just watch the video free samples from Mars- Paul D Carly (SETI Talks) that I think explains An unusual basaltic rock that I found that I’m beginning to believe may be a Martian or lunar origin.

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