Become an Advanced Structures and Composites Grad Student

The University of Maine has opportunities to pursue graduate study in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and wood science and technology at its interdisciplinary Advanced Structures and Composites Center.

  • Pursuing graduate studies at the Advanced Structures and Composites Center provides the unique opportunity to study with the Center's world-leading faculty in their areas of expertise including wood science, structural mechanics, chemistry/adhesion science and/or composite materials.

  • Students gain hands-on research experience in our 87,000 sq ft state-of-the-art ISO 17025 laboratory facilities.

  • In addition to M.S. and Ph.D. programs, we offers a 16 credit Graduate Certificate in Advanced Engineered Wood Composites.

  • Our graduate students also receive training in industrial safety, supervision, equipment operation, and ISO 17025 quality management processes and procedures.

  • We offers graduate students a competitive stipend and benefits; tuition waiver; office space, computer and administrative infrastructure; the support of laboratory technicians and undergraduate research assistants; subsidized attendance at international conferences and meetings; listing as named inventor and/or author on patents or publications resulting from the student's research.

Graduate Research Assistantship in Wood Composites Now Available

For more information about graduate study at the Advanced Structures and Composites Center or to apply go to:  UMaine Grad School