[STSP] Visiting Fellows Program at CIRES Boulder Colorado USA
Paul.Lotoaniu at noaa.gov
Thu Nov 20 05:53:40 EST 2008
I would like to draw your attention to the Cooperative Institute for
Research in Environmental Sciences' (CIRES) Visiting Fellows Program.
Visiting Fellows are open to scientist ranging from recent doctoral
graduates, to those on sabbattical, to senior scientists with research
interests in the areas of the CIRES research themes, including SPACE
WEATHER. Awards may be made to Ph.D. scientists at all levels (Visiting
Fellowships) and faculty planning sabbatical leave (Sabbatical
Fellowships). Postdoctoral fellowships are awarded for one year; a
second year may be available from other funding sources. Sabbatical
fellowships are awarded for up to one year.
Who is eligible? The Visiting Fellowship program is open to scientists
from around the globe, and appointments can begin at any time during the
year. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and cost of living
considerations. The Fellow will be eligible for benefits, office space,
telephone and computer facilities, and a small moving and start-up
allowance. Scientists employed by CIRES are not eligible for Visiting
I highly encourage space and solar physicists in the STSP community to
apply for these prestigious Fellowships. The Boulder space and solar
physics community is one of the most active in the world.
Applications are invited for the 2009-2010 Fellowships and the deadline
is December 31, 2008.
To apply please visit:
You should also contact myself (paul.lotoaniu at noaa.gov) or Tim
Fuller-Rowell (tim.fuller-rowell at noaa.gov) at the Space Weather
Prediction Center at Boulder to coordinate your application and research
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