If you are enthusiastic about research in atmospheric science, contact Prof. Holmes to inquire about current opportunities. The ACGC research group frequently has opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students across our research areas.
Prospective graduate students
FSU offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Meteorology, Oceanography, and Environmental Science. Depending on research topic students in the ACGC research could be in any one of these degree programs. Applications are typically due in December. Students with an undergraduate degree in any physical science, mathematics, or engineering (e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Atmospheric Science) are welcome to apply. Prospective graduate students should contact Prof. Holmes to discuss their areas of interest and find out about current projects.
Current FSU undergraduates
Eligible students should apply to the UROP program, which provides funding for summer and academic-year research. The ACGC research group has opportunities for students majoring in Meteorology, Environmental Science, Physics, Chemistry, and Engineering. Our research is interdisciplinary and diverse educational backgrounds are welcome. Experience or willingness to learn some computer programming is necessary.
High school students and prospective undergraduates
FSU offers B.S. degrees in Meteorology and Environmental Science, as well as traditional physical sciences (physics, chemistry, engineering). Motivated individuals in any of these areas can join research projects in the ACGC group. Interested students should apply through the FSU Admissions Office.