Title: Dodge Family Prize Fellowship
Institution: University of Oklahoma
Deadline: Feb 15
Contact: John Wisniewski; [email protected]
Applications are invited for the Dodge Family Prize Fellowship (DFPF) at the University of Oklahoma. The astrophysics group enjoys institutional access to the OSCER supercomputer, the APO 3.5m telescope, and individual-access to ASAS-SN. Our group's current research includes a mix of theoretical and observational studies of AGN, circumstellar disks, cosmology, exoplanets, extragalactic astronomy, dark matter, galaxy formation, gravitational lensing, galaxy clusters, solar system (& extrasolar) dynamics, stellar astrophysics, supernova, and white dwarfs (see https://ou.edu/cas/physics-astronomy). We welcome all applicants interested in pursuing observational or theoretical research in all areas of astrophysics. While DFPFs are expected to conduct independent research, we strongly encourage applicants to indicate in their cover letters and research statements any collaborations they hope to develop with existing faculty.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Astronomy or Physics. The term of the fellowship is up to 3 years (2 years of an initial appointment + 1 year renewal, contingent on satisfactory performance and continued funding). The start date for the appointment is flexible, with appointments as soon as Aug 1, 2022. Please indicate your potential start date in your application. The stipend will be $65,000 per year plus benefits, along with an annual $10,000 research budget for the Fellow.
To apply, upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research interests and plans, and the names and contact information for 3 potential reference letter writers to http://apply.interfolio.com/101441
Applications received by Feb 15, 2022 will receive full consideration. We strongly encourage women, SGM applicants, under-represented minorities (in particular BIPOC applicants), and any intersection of the above identities, to apply.
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