Fall 2020 Recruitment
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2020 for students who wish to pursue a M.S. or Ph.D degree in Marine Sciences. Students are encouraged to apply by December 31st in order to be considered for our annual graduate student recruitment event that will be held February 6-9. For more information on how to apply, see the Prospective Graduate Students page.
Two Faculty Vacancies in Biological Oceanography
The University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and the Department of Marine Sciences in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences invite applications for two nine-month, tenure-track faculty positions resident at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography in Savannah, GA. Successful candidates will be interdisciplinary, self-motivated, and eager to pursue innovative research and education in a supportive academic environment. We seek biological oceanographers who excel in addressing interdisciplinary and large-scale questions, especially in the context of climate change and other anthropogenic influences. Candidates with expertise in marine phytoplankton, protists and viruses, symbiosis ecology, or the role of biota in biogeochemical cycles, and with sea-going experience, are particularly encouraged to apply.
For more information visit the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography website; and to apply, visit the posting on UGA's Job Search site.
About the Department
The UGA Department of Marine Sciences has 23 full-time faculty engaged in teaching and research at the graduate and undergraduate levels, 15 of which are on the UGA main campus in Athens, GA and 8 of which are at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography in Savannah, GA. Department of Marine Sciences faculty expertise and research interests span the oceanographic disciplines, covering the biological, chemical, physical and geological processes within the world’s oceans.
Our graduate students undertake exciting, cutting edge research. Learn more about their research and what it's like to be a marine scientist at UGA by clicking on the image below or by clicking here.