June 11, 2021

We have outstanding paid opportunities for Undergraduate Research Assistants and are currently seeking applicants for Fall 2021, with the possibility for renewal in 2022. The research position is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation searching for evidence of past earthquakes in hot spring deposits. The work will be conducted in conjunction with IsoLab
(https://isolab.ess.washington.edu/), a collaborative facility specializing in the analysis of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur in ice, rocks, and the atmosphere, to address questions about modern and ancient environments. No previous laboratory or field experience required, and undergraduate students from all academic years, including recent transfer students, and students of all backgrounds, personal, cultural, and socioeconomic statuses and identities are encouraged to apply.
Applicants will be evaluated on their letter of interest describing (1) your background and interest in this position as it relates to your future goals, (2) the strengths you would bring to individual and team work, and to promoting a respectful and inclusive lab community, and (3) your preferred/possible start date and anticipated availability to work an average of 10 hours per week during the Fall and Winter quarters.

If interested, please send the letter of interest, one page resume, and information about how you learned about this position to: Owen Callahan at oac21@uw.edu. Or contact us to learn more.

Flexible hours; will accommodate course schedules and exams
Application Deadline: June 15, 2021