The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS) at the University of Tennessee (UT) in Knoxville is recruiting to fill multiple MS and PhD positions open to enthusiastic and highly motivated graduate students beginning January 2023. Positions are available in Environmental Science, High- and Low-Temperature Geochemistry, Geomicrobiology, Hydrology, Igneous Petrology, Isotope Geochemistry, Paleontology, Planetary Geology, Remote Sensing, Sedimentology-Stratigraphy, Structure, and Tectonics. The recently expanded EPS department features a new building with cutting-edge classrooms and lecture halls, comprehensive analytical research laboratories, and strong collaborative ties with nearby Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Located in the mountains of Eastern Tennessee, the city of Knoxville offers abundant outdoor activities and a vibrant and diverse downtown community.
To receive full consideration, please submit all application materials by October 15, 2022, via https://eps.utk.edu/graduate/gradapply.php. Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review the department website (https://eps.utk.edu) and directly contact potential faculty mentors as soon as possible. All admitted students are awarded assistantships with guaranteed financial support for two years (for MS students) or four years (for PhD students) years, as well as full graduate student tuition and insurance benefits. Highly qualified applicants may be eligible for a variety of additional merit-based fellowships which extend these benefits.
The UT Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences is committed to enhancing cultural diversity in the geosciences and particularly encourages applications from individuals who identify as members of historically underrepresented groups.
For more information about the university and our graduate programs, please visit https://eps.utk.edu/, or contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Prof. Linda Kah ([email protected]), with further questions.