[unav_all] Doctoral Fellowship in Geochemistry or Geophysics at Utah State University

Tony Lowry tony.lowry at usu.edu
Fri Nov 30 15:40:43 MST 2012

Doctoral Fellowship in Geochemistry or Geophysics at Utah State University

The Department of Geology at USU seeks outstanding PhD applicants for a
Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship pursuing research in geochemistry
or geophysics/geodynamics, starting fall 2013. This highly selective
fellowship provides four years of support in the form of a competitive
stipend, tuition and health benefits.

Potential research in geochemistry includes geologic CO2 sequestration,
origin and history of crustal fluids in active tectonic settings,
unconventional fuels, and geothermal energy. Contact Dr. Dennis Newell (
dlnewelljr at gmail.com).

Research in geophysics/geodynamics of the lithosphere may include thermal
transfer by fluids and melts; imaging of subsurface mass and composition;
mapping of lithospheric strength and rheology; and GPS measurement and
modeling of fault slip and earthquake cycle deformation. Contact Dr.
Anthony Lowry (tony.lowry at usu.edu).

The Department of Geology at USU is field oriented with a dynamic and
growing faculty and graduate program. We are located in Logan, Utah with
close proximity to a wide variety of recreational and cultural activities.

Please visit http://geology.usu.edu for more information about our program,
and http://www.usu.edu/graduateschool/apply/ to apply before February 15,

Anthony R. Lowry, Assoc Prof of Geophysics   (ofc): +1 (435) 797-7096
Department of Geology                        (fax): +1 (435) 797-1588
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322-4505
http://aconcagua.geol.usu.edu/%7Earlowry/   email: Tony.Lowry at usu.edu
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