You can earn a PhD under my supervision either through the Applied Math Department (co-advised by Adam Sobel), or through the CU academic department affiliated with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. A PhD is a big commitment, but it's the portal to a rewarding career in the sciences... and it's fully funded.
If you want a career in climate solutions, the MA in Climate and Society provides you with a broad understanding of the field and opens the door to a vast network of graduates who are already making a difference. You will also have the chance to do research as a Graduate Research Assistant, and I could be your mentor.
Part of mentoring a graduate student is making sure that they move on to whatever is the best next step for their careers. Some students stay in academia, some leave -- and who's who it's often surprising.
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