[ES_JOBS_NET] Position notice

Hansen, Amy amy.hansen at ku.edu
Thu Dec 20 10:58:00 MST 2018

Please post the following PhD position.
Thank you,

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Graduate student opportunities on ecohydrology, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas (Amy Hansen)

The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Kansas (KU) is seeking creative and highly motivated individuals interested in pursuing a PhD in the area of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering. The successful candidate will conduct research on the interactions between hydrology and ecology and the implications of those interactions for surface water quality in human-impacted ecosystems. Research within this theme may include laboratory flume experiments, field experiments and observations and/or numerical modeling. Experience or skillsets within any of the following will be beneficial: environmental sample collection, analytical water chemistry, experimental fluid mechanics, geospatial analysis, watershed modeling, computer programming (Matlab, Python, R, etc.). The KU Eco-Fluids Lab group boasts multiple flumes, access to the KBS biological field station, a water chemistry lab, and computational resources.
Prospective students should apply through KU's Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (https://ceae.ku.edu/graduate-admission-0). Prior to applying, please contact Amy Hansen (amy.hansen at ku.edu<mailto:amy.hansen at ku.edu>) with your CV (including GPA and GRE), and a brief description of your research interests and motivation. Graduate research (GRA) funding is currently available for 3 years contingent upon continued academic progress. The University of Kansas is committed to providing an equal opportunity for all qualified individuals, regardless of race, religion, color, ethnicity, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, age, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, or genetic information. The University of Kansas is located in Lawrence, Kansas, which is consistently ranked as a top U.S. college town due to the combination of outdoor recreation, great arts and entertainment, eclectic small-town shopping, and excellent dining (https://unmistakablylawrence.com/).

Amy Hansen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, University of Kansas
Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering
2157 Learned Hall, Lawrence Kansas

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