University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign is a world-class, R1, research institution and one of the top 35 Universities in the world and top 25 Universities in the US. Students at the University of Illinois benefit from excellent financial and research support and access to facilities such as the Blue Waters Super Computer – the fastest academic computer in the world. In addition to extensive course offerings, the Dept. of Geology runs several local field trips throughout the year and a yearly international field trip to locations such as Scotland, Cyprus, Ireland, and Curaçao. Recent graduates from the Geology Graduate Program have gone on to careers in the petroleum and environmental industries as well as tenure-track positions at universities such as Caltech, U of Oregon, and U of Miami.
If you are interested in joining the Volcano Geodynamics Lab and Geophysics Research Groups at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, please send me an email and we can set up a time to chat either on the phone or at an upcoming meeting such as GSA or AGU.
Open Positions: Two PhD Positions in Volcano Geodynamics for a Summer or Fall 2020 start date.
Important Deadlines: Completed applications, including transcripts and GRE scores, should be submitted electronically by midnight EST on January 15 for admission in August.