[ES_JOBS_NET] Multiple PhD Fellowship Opportunities - Watershed Sciences - Utah State University

Janice Brahney janice.brahney at usu.edu
Fri Dec 16 17:20:50 MST 2016

Multiple PhD Fellowship Opportunities - Watershed Sciences - Utah State University

Doctoral Fellows - Two four-year fellowships, including stipend, tuition, and fees, are available for PhD students in any discipline within Watershed Sciences.

Colorado River Scholarships - Two four-year scholarships, including stipend, tuition and fees, and research support, are available for PhD students whose focus is the application of science to the management of the Colorado River. (https://qcnr.usu.edu/wats/colorado_river_studies/)

Climate Adaptation Science - For students admitted to the graduate program, one-year fellowships are available to support participation in the Climate Adaptation Science program, a traineeship that combines interdisciplinary research, work-place experience, instruction, and collaboration among scientists, land and resource managers, policy-makers, trainees, and citizen stakeholders. (https://climateadaptation.usu.edu/admission/program-description/)

Where to start: contact a faculty member with whom you would like to study. Graduate admissions in the Department of Watershed Sciences requires faculty sponsorship and funding (http://qcnr.usu.edu/wats/people/faculty)

Watershed Sciences is a multidisciplinary department in the Quinney College of Natural Resources.  Our faculty conduct research in geomorphology, hydrology, aquatic ecology, limnology, fish ecology, wetland ecology, water quality, biogeochemistry, and paleoecology. We find collaborative opportunities in addressing problems of management and restoration of aquatic ecosystems. Utah State University is Utah's land-grant university with a student body of over 24,000 in 42 departments and 8 academic colleges. USU is well situated for research on streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and their catchments, which span desert to alpine environments. The main campus is located in Logan, a community of 100,000 people. Logan is 85 miles north of Salt Lake City in scenic Cache Valley, a semi-rural mountain basin with nearby ski resorts, lakes, rivers, and mountains providing many recreational opportunities.

Assistant Professor
Dept of Watershed Sciences
Utah State University, Logan, Utah
435-797-4479 (office)

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