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Postdoctoral Fellows

Future Leaders

An Overview of the Postdoctoral Program

Postdoctoral researchers participate in a variety of EOAS projects and are a crucial component of an active research and learning environment at Rutgers, as well as an important resource for faculty and graduate students.

The EOAS institute sponsors five Postdoctoral Fellows that participate in transdisciplinary EOAS research. These Fellowships are offered yearly on a competitive basis and potential applicants should contact EAOS faculty directly to discuss possible projects. Applicants and their prospective faculty host/hosts must submit a short proposal outlining the research that would be conducted by the candidate while in residence at Rutgers.

***The Institute is NOT accepting Postdoc applications at this time, but encourages prospective Postdoctoral candidates to check back later this year regarding 2018 openings.***

Know Before You Apply

How We Select EOAS Postdoctoral Fellows

An EOAS Post-Doctoral Candidate Review Committee comprised of a diverse collection of EOAS Faculty reviews the potential Fellow’s proposal along with its accompanying application and awards a Fellowship based on several weighting factors, including the novelty of the research and its transdisciplinary component. Projects involving faculty in more than one EOAS program are also given priority.

How to Apply

Applying

Our strong research programs include focuses on global climate change, ocean modeling and observations, paleoceanography and Earth history, planetary science, geobiology, marine & terrestrial ecology, molecular ecology, and environmental biophysics. We seek proposals to conduct innovative transdisciplinary research in these subject areas. Applicants should contact one or more members of the EOAS faculty and develop a three-page research proposal.

***The Institute is NOT accepting Postdoc applications at this time, but encourages prospective Postdoctoral candidates to check back later this year regarding 2018 openings.***