Masters & PhDs in Engineering, focusing on sustainable design (Jan 2017)

Website: Dartmouth University Engineering Deadline for applications: 1 January 2017 Professionals and star undergraduates wishing to bu...

Website: Dartmouth University Engineering
Deadline for applications: 1 January 2017

Professionals and star undergraduates wishing to build your expertise and delve into research in sustainable design engineering are invited to apply to MS and PhD programs in Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering.

These are funded positions, paying your tuition and a moderate stipend.  Funded positions may research one or more of the following:
• How to maximize effectiveness of sustainable design methods or tools in industry.
• How sustainable design methods provide business benefits, such as innovation.
• Improving environmental impacts of 3D printing.
• Improving e-waste recycling systems.
Students with their own sustainable design projects will also be considered for non-funded degree tracks.

To apply, submit the requirements described at the university website, listing sustainable design as your primary Area of Interest.  If you have particular interest and/or expertise in one of the subjects listed above, describe it.  Non-traditional students encouraged.  Deadline for applications is January 1.

Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering offers unique advantages for graduate study:  Its systems-oriented curriculum and resources for entrepreneurs encourage not just technical expertise, but industry leadership.  There are no discipline divisions, making exposure to different skills and ideas inevitable.  Its small size (~300 students) provides you greater access to faculty and individualized attention.  Its ivy-league resources, faculty, and networks help maximize the realization of your potential.

Questions on the listed positions may be addressed to Jeremy.Faludi@dartmouth.edu.  Questions on admissions may be addressed to engineering.admissions@dartmouth.edu.

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