Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Asteroids, Astrobiology, Atmospheres, Comets, Cosmochemistry, Exoplanets, Geochemistry, Interiors, Mars, Meteorites, Moon, Optical Astronomy, Planetary Dynamics, Planetary Evolution, Planetary Science, Small Bodies, Solar Physics, Space Plasma Physics, Star & Planet Formation, Surfaces, Volcanology
General GRE Required:
Subject GRE Required:
27 tenure-track faculty + 7 non-tenure-track faculty
Nearby Research Institutions:
Planetary Science Institute; National Optical Astronomy Observatory; University of Arizona Depts. of Astronomy/Steward Observatory, Atmospheric Sciences, Geosciences; College of Optical Sciences; College of Engineering; Biosphere 2
Up to five (5) years of financial support towards completion of the Ph.D.
Fall Application Deadline:
Spring Application Deadline:
Applicants should have completed an undergraduate major in a physical science such as astronomy, atmospheric sciences, chemistry, geology, mathematics, or physics. However, admission is based on the overall demonstrated capability and preparation of the applicant.
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August 24, 2017