The Department of Chemistry, Biology, and Health Sciences at South Dakota Mines (https://www.sdsmt.edu/CBH) is recruting master of science graduate students in Green and Sustainable Chemistry. The M.S. degree in Green and Sustainable Chemistry provides the MS level of training for students interested in the broad area of Chemistry and/or Biology related to green and sustainability science and technology. The program provides professional preparation for green jobs in industry, national labs, federal agencies, and universities and/or careers in research, development, and management. The research of the faculty in the Green and Sustainable Chemistry MS program includes the broad areas of science and technologies for a greener and more sustainable future. The research topics include, but not limited to, (1) green energy storage (e.g., battery), (2) green polymer chemistry and processing, (3) environmental chemistry/science for sustainability, and (4) green biotechnology.
Financial assistance is available to graduate students through a number of avenues, including graduate fellowships, graduate teaching assistantships (GTA), and graduate research assistantships (GRA). For application, please visit https://www.sdsmt.edu/Grad-Apply. For more information, pleae contact Dr. Brian Barth (firstname.lastname@example.org).