An MS or Ph.D. assistantship may be available for Spring 2023 focused on biogeochemical cycling of N and P in coastal and aquatic systems. Interested candidates see “How to Apply” section below and direct any questions to Dr. John White.
Qualifications: B.S. in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Soil Science, Geology or other related disciplines. Demonstrated excellence in course work, good written and oral communication skills, and the ability to work as a team member is required. You will also need a recent GRE score for graduate school admission (waived during pandemic). For Ph.D. Assistantships, a Masters degree is preferred.
Stipend and Fees: Minimum annual stipend is $19,500. Fellowships typically carry larger stipends (your application must be completed early, to be considered for Fellowships and Scholarships, typically by early Feb for Fall admission). Graduate Research/Teaching Assistants tuition is fully covered in addition to the stipend and students pay university fees at approximately $3,000 annually, depending on total credit hours. There are also a number of scholarships available for strong candidates which supplement assistantships and provide money directly to student to help cover fees.
How to apply: Complete a free pre-application, which can be obtained from: the LSU DOCS website. Remaining application information can also be found on the website.
Dr. John R White
Louisiana State University
Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences
Energy Coast and Environment Building Room 3239