We are always looking for motivated and talented undergraduate students, graduate students, visiting research scholars, and postdoctoral fellows.
For students interested in pursuing coursework in research areas of interest to the RED² Laboratory and taught by Dr. Dewji, please check out the Courses section for offerings at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Distance education can be accommodated for students upon request.
If you are looking for a postdoctoral position, please send an email to Dr. Dewji (email@example.com) with a short description of your research background, what projects you are interested in pursuing, projects of specific interest in the Research Mission and Activities of the RED² Laboratory, and your career goals.
The Stanton Nuclear Security Fellows Program will support young scholars to pursue policy-relevant technical research in nuclear security for a twelve-month period at Texas A&M University under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Fellowships are available for post-doctoral researchers and early-career faculty with the express mission of stimulating “the development of the next generation of thought leaders in nuclear security by supporting research that will advance policy-relevant understanding of the issues.” As such, viable candidates must present a course of research in engineering or science that would lead to a written product (article, book, report, etc.) related to nuclear security that would have an impact on policy makers and advance policy choices. Nuclear security in this case is broadly defined by the Stanton Foundation as including “nuclear terrorism, nuclear proliferation, nuclear weapons, nuclear force posture, and nuclear energy as it relates to nuclear security.” Students interested working with Dr. Dewji as part of the Stanton Nuclear Security Fellows Program are strongly encouraged to email Dr. Dewji (firstname.lastname@example.org) to coordinate research interests in nuclear material accountancy, nonproliferation, safeguards, or emergency preparedness and response.
If you are currently a Texas A&M University graduate student looking for a research group laboratory, please email Dr. Dewji (email@example.com) to meet in person.
If you are looking for a graduate position for next year (either M.S. or Ph.D.) and you are not at Texas A&M, you will need to apply through the College of Engineering – Department of Nuclear Engineering site. Applications are through the Engineering CAS system, with rolling deadlines. Please contact the Graduate Academic Advisor, Ms. Tiffany Alcala, for further information regarding the application process. Please indicate that you are interested in Dr. Dewji’s RED² Laboratory.
If you are an undergraduate student at Texas A&M, please send Dr. Dewji (firstname.lastname@example.org) an email with:
- Prior experience (e.g. resume or CV)
- Unofficial transcript(s).
- A short (1-2 paragraph) description of your research interests.
- Related projects of specific interest being conducted in the RED² Laboratory.
- Desired level of effort (number of credits) if looking for Directed Studies credit.