ACMC Laboratory research group is looking for graduate research assistants (GRA) pursuing preferably Ph.D. or M.S. degrees and part-time undergraduate researchers (URA) currently enrolled in the B.S. program. Interested and qualified students are encouraged to send their resume to Professor Wille ( email@example.com).
Graduate Research Assistant (GRA)
Topic: Currently no open position is available in our research group.
Begin: Please feel free to visit our webpage for updated information in the near future.
Level: Prospective Ph.D. student
The objective of the research will be related to Ultra-high performance concrete.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA)
For interested, motivated and qualified undergraduate students currently enrolled in the B.S. program at UConn there always exists opportunities to participate in our group.
Further Information about Admission
Additional Information for potential Graduate Students can be found here. To apply to the graduate program of UConn’s Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) students must be admitted by the University of Connecticut Graduate School. Online applications are accepted here.
Students in our M.S. program are required to complete 21 credits of graduate course work and 9 credits of thesis research, which typically requires 2 years to complete these requirements. An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for admission to our M.S. program. Students in our Ph.D. program are expected to complete 24 credits of graduate course work beyond the master’s degree or 45 credits beyond the baccalaureate. It typically requires 3 years beyond the master degree to complete these requirements. Candidates will have obtained overall GPA of 3.5 or higher for admission to our Ph.D. program.
Students in our graduate programs receive a stipend of approximately $25K for 12 months. They also receive a tuition waiver (annually worth approx. $5k-$12k) and health benefits.
Open positions for graduate assistantships are very competitive. Students with a high motivation to learn, study and work, with a strong academic record and decent inquisitiveness are especially encouraged to apply for open positions. It is highly recommended to get involved as an undergraduate student in research activities of our group if a future graduate position is sought. The open positions mentioned above will be closed after they have been filled.