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USE OUR FACILITIES

We are happy to invite researchers take advantage of our state of the art facilities. This includes faculty members from CUNY and other universities, researchers, students, collaborators and industry. There will be a small fee to do so to cover the cost of consumables, and any maintenance, but we will provide as much training and support as possible. Please look through our Facilities pages and contact us if you have any further questions. We are currently in the process of equipment installation and will be able to give estimated timelines for when these will be online.

To make our facilities as accessible as possible, we have secured overnight rooms in The Towers at CCNY for visiting researchers. These are located next door to the ASRC building (401 West 130th Street, New York, NY 10027), and are available at a reduced rate to ASRC visitors. There are a limited number of rooms available, so please contact us in advance and we will try to accommodate guests where possible.

For room availability and pricing, please contact environment@asrc.cuny.edu.

FACULTY POSITIONS AND OTHER JOBS

Position openings within the Environmental Sciences Initiative at the ASRC are currently advertised through our Jobs page and/or the ESI home page, and will list current and upcoming position openings.

We are planning to open searches for further faculty members, post-doctoral research associates, laboratory technicians and administrative support in the near future. Please watch our Jobs page for these to become active.

STUDY WITH US

We are looking for enthusiastic student researchers to carry out and/or participate in exciting environmental science research. This includes full graduate programs and short research projects for undergraduates. For full information on how to apply for graduate studies, please visit our PhD Opportunities page.

RESEARCH WITH US

If you are interested in establishing a formal research presence at the ASRC, please visit our Faculty Affiliation page to find out more information on how to become an ASRC Affiliate Faculty member.

For information on short research placements, please contact Anthony Cak.