Graduate Student Funding Opportunities

Hi ES students,

We currently have two ES alums at Delaware (with full funding!) Check it out.

Cheers,

Sarah

From: University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean, & Environment [mailto:ceoe-academics@udel.edu]
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2014 11:41 AM
To: Sarah Principato
Subject: Graduate Student Funding Opportunities

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Graduate Student Funding Opportunities
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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Fellowships

Research Assistantships

Teaching Assistantships

Tuition Scholarships

Funding opportunities typically cover stipends and tuition for fall and spring semesters.

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DEGREES OFFERED
Masters Degree Programs

M.A. in Geography
M.S. in Geography
M.S. in Geology
Master of Marine Policy
M.S. in Marine Studies
M.S. in Ocean Engineering
M.S. in Water Science and Policy

Doctoral Degree Programs

Ph.D. in Climatology
Ph.D. in Geography
Ph.D. in Geology
Ph.D. in Marine Studies
Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering
Ph.D. in Oceanography
Ph.D. in Water Science and Policy

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ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
Minimum GPA of 3.0
Minimum GRE verbal score of 153
Minimum GRE quantitative score of 146
Foreign students: minimum TOEFL score of 100
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The College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) at the University of Delaware is pleased to announce the availability of graduate student funding for Master’s and Doctoral students interested in Marine Science and Policy, Geological Sciences, and Geography.
Graduate students in these programs tackle complex environmental challenges by applying the latest technological advances to ocean, earth, and atmospheric research using high-tech satellite images, surface and underwater sensors, laboratory instrumentation, and complex computer models to help enhance climate predictions, identify and mitigate pollution, improve resource management, explore energy solutions, make marine transportation safer and more efficient, and examine the relationships between humans and the environment. Our students also are using innovative tools to better understand our valuable biological resources, investigate populations, life histories and habitats, and determine the natural and human factors affecting their survival.
Prospective students should visit the CEOE website to learn more about the specific degrees offered within the College and available research projects with nationally ranked faculty who serve as graduate student advisors.
The intention of this announcement is to recruit highly competitive students to the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment. Qualified applicants are strongly encouraged to contact one or more of the faculty members in the College to discuss their research and educational interests prior to completing their applications for admission.
Students who apply and are being considered for admission will be invited for a paid visit to our campus to meet with faculty and current graduate students.

Contact us at ceoe-academics

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