[CRYOLIST] NRT graduate training opportunity in Water-Energy Research
Deanna H. McCay
dhmccay at syr.edu
Wed Dec 9 06:24:11 PST 2015
We are pleased to announce a new graduate student opportunity at Syracuse University. Feel free to widely circulate the following announcement:
EMPOWER-Education Model Program on Water-Energy Research-is a new National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) interdisciplinary graduate training program at Syracuse University. Graduate students in this program conduct research at the "water-energy nexus," which is a priority research area nationally. Through an individualized professional development program, a career pathways experience, summer field experiences, and an interdisciplinary seminar, participants gain the technical knowledge and professional skills needed to address the contemporary challenges of increased demands on water and energy resources. Students will be prepared for careers in energy, environmental consulting, government, nonprofits, academic, and beyond.
We are seeking applications from individuals interested in pursuing either Master's or Doctoral study within the "water-energy nexus." EMPOWER participants will be considered for an NRT-stipend package to be awarded for one year during the course of their graduate program. Remaining years of their graduate study may be funded through graduate fellowships, teaching assistantships, or research assistantships.
For more information about EMPOWER, please visit our website at empower.syr.edu or contact program manager, Deanna McCay, at dhmccay at syr.edu. This program draws on faculty from the Departments of Earth Sciences and Chemistry, the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Applicants are encouraged to communicate directly with the participating graduate programs prior to submitting an application to the EMPOWER program.
Deanna H. McCay | Program Manager
EMPOWER, NSF Research Traineeship Program
Department of Earth Sciences
204 Heroy Geology Laboratory
Syracuse, New York 13244
t 315.443.5529 e dhmccay at syr.edu<mailto:dhmccay at syr.edu> w empower.syr.edu
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