Tatar Research Group is always looking for talented undergraduate and graduate students to join us in furthering our mission to improve the state of aging infrastructure. Students at the University of Delaware who are interested in getting involved in undergraduate research are welcome to contact Prof. Tatar via email (email@example.com), or stop by during his office hours.
Master's and Doctoral assistantships are offered to qualified applicants depending on the availability of funding. Students who are interested in joining the research group should email Prof. Tatar with their CV, a copy of their undergraduate transcript, and a statement of previous research experience and interests. The statement should be concise and specific in explaining why the student is interested in joining our lab. The statement should also address whether the prospective applicant is interested in obtaining a Master's or Doctoral degree. Prof. Tatar will provide feedback only to those applicants who submit the requested documents and show genuine interest in our research.
Multiple assistantships are available to start in Spring or Fall 2020. Interested candidates should email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org: (1) resume/CV; (2) undergraduate transcripts and graduate transcripts; (3) copy of GRE scores; (4) copy of TOEFL scores (if applicable); and (5) a short (1-page max) statement of previous research experience and interests.
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