Opportunities for Students
We have research assistantships for quality PhD, MS, and undergrad students.
We even have had the occasional very bright high school student
make excellent contributions to our work.
Details on admission
to the School of Computing
will be of interest if you're not already a student here.
If you are already a student here, just drop by my office
anytime or drop me a line.
Prospective graduate students, please note: we always want good students,
are interested in you, and know that every student is unique.
However, unless you have truly extraordinary circumstances,
please apply to the school
through the normal admissions process, and do not contact me
asking if I will give you RA support or asking me to estimate your
chances of admission. Why?
Thanks much; you will save yourself and me a lot of time that way.
- Applying to the school is free.
- I can't evaluate you for RA support without the identical information
that the admissions committee needs. You're going to have to produce it
in any case. The committee is set up to process your information properly.
- I can't give you an RA unless you're admitted. If I am not on the
admissions committee in a given year
I have no or very little influence over their decision.
- I get dozens of such requests.
A current Utah grad student's explanation, including a little data
to help answer questions such as "will I get admitted"?