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Here at the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS), we offer outstanding opportunities and support for our faculty, researchers and staff. Interested in joining our team? Check out the latest job openings.

Student opportunities

We offer amazing research opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students as well. You can work alongside world-renowned faculty on cutting-edge research in space physics, oceanography, Earth systems, and so much more. As a student, you will earn your degree through different academic departments on campus, but you can work with EOS scientists on an exciting range of research topics. This is your opportunity to change your life – and the world.

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Space Science

From space plasma physics to rocketships, find out how you can work on space research and instrumentation while earning your degree in the field of space science and astrophysics.

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Earth Systems

You can investigate our world as a system, working with carbon cycles, climate change, and ecosystem analyses in the Arctic, the tropics, and everywhere in between. 

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Marine Science and Ocean Engineering

Map the ocean depths, design equipment for the marine environment, and chart your course to a future in marine science and ocean engineering.

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Using Sensors in Earth and Space Science

Providing a positive introduction to sensor-based Earth and space science research for underserved student populations through our REU program.

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