We are seeking a student researcher as part of the Anadarko student research fellowship program. Please visit https://binghamresearch.usu.edu/studentfellowship for detailed information about the program AND to fill out the fellowship application.
The successful applicant will engage in research to understand the unique wintertime air quality issues that exist in Utah’s Uintah Basin. The research may center on laboratory analysis, field measurements, computer simulations, or statistical analysis, depending on the interests of the applicant.
No previous experience is required, but coursework in science, math, and related fields is desirable, as is laboratory and employment experience. Current and previous recipients of the Anadarko student fellowship have been undergraduate students, but Master’s and Ph.D.-level students may also apply.
Applicants can attend any USU campus, but successful applicants can expect to spend at least some time in Vernal at the USU-Uintah Basin campus.
More information is available at https://binghamresearch.usu.edu/studentfellowship.
Contact Seth Lyman at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Please make sure you apply in both Handshake at at https://binghamresearch.usu.edu/studentfellowship.