JCET is seeking proposals from graduate students at UMBC who plan to collaborate with a JCET faculty or fellow research project, or support an existing exemplary student.
UMBC seeks to become the best public research university of our size, and the Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology ( JCET ) contributes to this vision by engaging faculty and students in research critical for the understanding of the Earth System. To this end, JCET welcomes candidate applications for JCET Graduate Student Fellowships from relevant UMBC departments offering graduate degrees. Up to two fellowships for the 2020/21 Academic Year will be awarded to qualified, full-time, degree-seeking graduate students in an Earth,
biological, physical or computer science, mathematics or engineering, to work on a research project with a JCET faculty member at UMBC or NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. The applicant must be enrolled full-time and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. UMBC faculty members may participate when collaborating with a JCET scientist.
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