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The Andrews Research Lab is looking for post-doctoral researchers. If interested, please follow the application instructions found by clicking  here before reaching out to Justin by email. If you have any questions about the position or the projects, please reach out directly!


Interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry? Do you want to study inorganic, physical inorganic, and/or solid state materials chemistry? We are currently recruiting graduate students for Fall 2024!  If you have been accepted into the graduate program at Purdue and are interested in a '0-year' experience over the summer, please contact Justin by email directly. 


Interested in working in the Andrews Lab as an undergraduate student researcher? We truly enjoy having undergraduate students actively participating in our research!

As a first-generation college student, the chance to participate in undergraduate research both at Gordon College, a primarily undergraduate institution, and during an NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates at Texas A&M University gave me a life-changing opportunities to figure out what I wanted to do 'when I grew up.' 

In the Andrews Research Lab, we believe that research opportunities at the undergraduate level are a rewarding career opportunity that will help you make informed decisions about your future (e.g., Should I go to graduate school? Do I actually like research? What is it like to do independent research?). You will have the opportunity to be mentored by current graduate students who will learn to teach, train, and lead as they work alongside you in the lab. We are serious about making research opportunities available for motivated undergraduate students!

The only prerequisite for working in the Andrews Lab as an undergraduate is a passion for inorganic, physical inorganic, or materials chemistry! Interested?
Please send Justin an email with (1) a one paragraph statement introducing who you are and what got you interested in chemistry in the first place, (2) a one paragraph statement of why you are interested in our lab (as opposed to another lab), and (3) an unofficial Purdue transcript so that we can try to match a project to your level of classroom/lab experience. 

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