JOBS AND ASSISTANTSHIPS
Soil and Water Sciences Department Available Positions
Assistant Professor, Soil Microbial Ecologist (Gainesville campus; for full consideration apply by January 15, 2018)
Graduate Research Assistantships (Apply by Jan. 15, 2018):
Ph.D. Assistantship in Biological Soil Crusts in Agroecosystems
Ph.D. Assistantship in Coastal Biogeochemistry
Ph.D. Assistantship in Soil Nutrient Cycling and Soil Health
Ph.D. Assistantship in Soil and Water Chemistry
Ph.D. Assistantship in Sustainable Agriculture
M.S. Assistantship(s) in Urban Soil and Water Quality (Highly qualified Ph.D. students are also encouraged to apply, as competitive fellowships are potentially available.)
Public Meeting Notices:
- Search Committee Meeting, Assistant Professor in Watershed Science/Soil Physics, January 29, 2018
Other Graduate Student Funding Opportunities
Each Fall, several matching assistantships for students, Grinter Fellowships of $2,000 - $4,000, and Graduate School Funding Awards of $30,000 (over four years) are awarded to outstanding new students in Soil and Water Sciences. Additional or alternative funding may be available contingent upon faculty members' individual research programs. Application to the graduate program automatically qualifies you for funding consideration, provided you have included the Application for Assistantship with your application documents. The application deadline for starting in the Fall is January 15.
Distance education students are not supported by departmental or faculty funding; however, they are eligible for competitive departmental scholarships, which range between $500 and $1,000.
See the Graduate Applications page for all deadlines and instructions on applying to graduate programs. Additional potential sources of student funding are also listed on the Funding Opportunities page.