The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences (https://eps.harvard.edu/) at Harvard University invites applicants for the Reginald A. Daly Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
The Department seeks candidates in the broad field of Earth and Planetary Sciences including but not limited to: geology, geochemistry, oceanography, Earth history, geobiology, hydrology, mineralogy, mineral physics, paleomagnetism, atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric chemistry, climate science, seismology, structural geology, geodynamics, petrology, geophysics, and planetary sciences. We welcome methodological approaches that span field observations, lab-based science, theory, and computation.
These honorific postdoctoral fellowships are awarded for a one-year period, with an anticipated extension for a second year. Daly fellows carry out independent research and may choose to interact with one or more research groups in the department. Applicants are welcome to contact members of the department before applying.
The annual salary is $70,000 with additional funds of $5,000 per year available for research and travel support.
Applicants should have a recent Ph.D. or should be 2020 degree candidates. Completion of the Ph.D. is required by the time of the appointment. The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences is keenly interested in diversifying its department and encourages applications from diverse candidates, including from women and minorities.
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