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The NASA MIRO Center for Advanced Measurements in Extreme Environments has undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral research opportunities available.
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The Chemical Hydrology and Mass Spectrometry Lab has an opening for a doctoral student interested in soil sensor technology, soil physics, and soil chemistry.
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UTSA Earth e-Symposium
September 4, 2020   |   8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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news image Congratulations to ESE PhD student Tom Varner on receiving a Geological Society of America Graduate Student Research Grant
news image Geology Undergraduate student Ethan Fagan received the South Texas Geological Society UTSA Chair Award
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news image Dr. Alexis Godet awarded 1-year $145,232 NSF RAPID: Collaborative Research on "Digitizing dinosaur trackways"
news image Dr. Hongjie Xie and ESE PhD student Younghyun Koo have developed an interactive mapping tool for Texas to fight the COVID-19 outbreak
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