Graduate students that aim to complete their education at the Masters level, as opposed to continuing towards the PhD, are sought to assist in research activities. Experimental activities in the Spearrin Lab are a strong training ground for engineers that intend to join industry in areas of testing, instrumentation, data analysis, and product development. Terminal masters students may work in the lab on a paid or volunteer basis to gain hands-on experience with aero-thermal systems or in progress towards a masters thesis. Typically employment will be part-time, with the exception of summer. The structure of the arrangement will be determined based on time commitment and contribution to sponsored research. Interested students should contact Prof. Spearrin at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume/CV and a short description of your interests in the field of research.