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Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Available US Geological Survey

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Available The Mendenhall Program US Geological Survey

Application Deadline: Wednesday, 12 November 2008

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The US Geological Survey (USGS) Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for Fiscal Year 2010. General information is available at http://geology.usgs.gov/postdoc/index.html.

The Mendenhall Program provides an opportunity for postdoctoral fellows to conduct concentrated research in association with selected members of the USGS professional staff, often as a final element to their formal career preparation. The Program is also intended to provide research
experiences that enhance personal scientific stature and credentials.  Mendenhall Fellows are appointed to the USGS for two years and receive
full salary and benefits at the GS-12 level, adjusted for the cost-of-living at the geographic area of the assignment.

In order to be considered for this opportunity, applicants must meet the qualifications, as outlined at:
http://geology.usgs.gov/postdoc/2010/opps/opp41.html, for one of the following:
– Research Hydrologist
– Research Physicist
– Soil Scientist
– Research Chemist
– Research Geologist
– Research Geophysicist

This fellowship opportunity will be part of the “Understanding the Physical Properties and Dynamics of Permafrost: An Important Link Among
Changes in Climate, Hydrology, and the Ecology of Northern High Latitudes” project. A detailed description about the project can be found at: http://geology.usgs.gov/postdoc/2010/opps/opp41.html.

For further information, please go to: http://geology.usgs.gov/postdoc/index.html

Or contact one of the research advisors:
Michelle Walvoord
Phone: 303-236-4998
Email: [email protected]

Clifford Voss
Phone: 703-648-5274
Email: [email protected]

John Nimmo
Phone: 650-329-4537
Email: [email protected]

For further information, please go to: http://geology.usgs.gov/postdoc/index.html

Or contact:
Michelle Walvoord
Phone: 303-236-4998
Email: [email protected]

8 comments

  1. Azhar Jamil says:

    Dear sir,
    I’m Azhar Jamil.i have just copleted my M.tech. degree in Applied Geology from Sagar University Madhya Pradesh India. I want to do research in the field of Geology from America under the shadow of USGS. please provide me information for getting Felloship provided by USGS. so that i could complete my desire and could do new and better in the field of geology on the Earth or other Planet.
    Thanks! Yours Sincerely
    Azhar Jamil

  2. ALI KAZEMI says:

    DEAR
    I AM ALI FROM IRAN,PROFESSOR OF UNIVERSITY FROM 2001 TO CURRENT,IN IRAN.I HAVE PH-D OF GEOLOGY(STRATIGRAPHY&PALEONTOLOGY).I HAD AN UNIQUE RESEARCH ON SCOLECODONTS WITH VERY EXCELENT DEGREE.I WANT TO APPLY IN POSTDOCTORAL LEVEL.GUIDE ME PLEASE. BEST REGARDS

  3. shahram says:

    i am Dr shahram from tehran university in Iran. i am assisstant professor here. and teach hydrology here. and I want to apply for post doc. please help me.

  4. ashenafi bahru tesfaye says:

    my name is ashenafi . i liuve in ethiopia and i have Bsc in automotive engineering . i am interested to apply in this progam

  5. CLIVE MOONGA says:

    I am a male Zambian who possess a diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I would like to pursue a degree in the same field or Electrical Technology. Please help me find a scholarship or financial aid to make my dream come true. Thank you in advance.

    Clive Moonga

  6. mohammad says:

    Dear professor,

    I am Mohammad Darvishzadeh and graduated in 2006 from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad in MS degree in Pure Mathematics.
    The title of my master thesis is “N-inner product spaces”.
    I am interested in continuing my studying for Ph.D. I would appreciate it if I know your opinion.

    Best Regards,
    M. Darvishzadeh.

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