Faculty Employment Opportunities
The Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering is not seeking faculty members at this time. Please review other Boise State job opportunities online.
Staff Employment Opportunities
The Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering is not seeking staff members at this time. Please review other Boise State job opportunities online.
Graduate Student Employment Opportunities
Ph.D. Graduate Assistantships
Students accepted into the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering Ph.D. program automatically receive a tuition fee waiver, graduate assistantship, and a generous stipend. As a graduate assistant, you may serve as teaching assistant, research assistant, or both during your academic career. As a teaching assistant, you will support faculty in one or more classes through leading discussions, lecturing, facilitating laboratories, holding office hours, and assessing student work. As a research assistant, you will perform the necessary research to complete your thesis or dissertation. Graduate assistantships are renewed every year subject to satisfactory academic record as stipulated by the Graduate College.
M.S. Graduate Assistantships
Graduate assistantships are available to select Master of Science students depending on research funding. You can review MSE Faculty members’ research areas of interest and check with them to see if positions are available in their research groups.
Undergraduate Student Employment Opportunities
Hourly Support Positions
Hourly positions (grader, tutor) are regularly available at the start of each academic term. Check Handshake to see if positions are available. You can also check with your academic advisor to see if there are any major-specific positions available.
Many undergraduates find jobs working in research labs within the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering. These are great opportunities for hands-on learning and you can build on minimal prior experience by starting early. For more information, contact your academic advisor or seek out a faculty member whose research is of interest to you.