The Louisiana State University Coastal Sustainability Studio (css.lsu.edu) is seeking motivated students for paid summer internships. Qualified candidates with an interest in landscape and data representation, public policy and planning, and ecological restoration and design will work in interdisciplinary collaboration on a variety of projects currently in the studio including visualizations, exhibit design, design competition work, and policy initiatives addressing environmental challenges facing vulnerable Gulf Coast communities.
The University of Alabama Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering seeks a highly motivated PhD student to join an EPA-funded research project. The successful applicant will join a group of graduate and undergraduate assistants researching contamination of groundwater and surface water from failing onsite wastewater treatment systems in western Alabama. Research activities include field work, water quality analysis in the field and lab, and modeling/GIS.
Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey seeks highly motivated PhD Assistants to join the PhD program in Environmental Management with specialization in Environmental Engineering, starting from the fall semester of 2014. Applicants are expected to have a strong background in environmental engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering or other related fields. The PhD student is expected to work in water/wastewater treatment and environmental remediation with the emphasis of innovative chemical oxidation, adsorption, or other treatment methods.
The Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership is looking for multiple Phd Candidates for funded research on stormwater green infrastructure in urban and suburban infrastructure. A successful candidate will have a background in Civil Engineering / Hydrology. Go to www.villanova.edu/vusp for more information on our program.
The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of New Mexico is seeking highly-qualified candidates for several new graduate research assistantships starting Fall 2014, as part of a new, 5-year project focused on water and the environment in the desert southwest.
Dr. Sang-Hyoun Kim's Lab at Daegu University, South Korea is currently looking for master course students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental engineering and bioenergy research. The research will focus on anaerobic digestion of solid waste and wastewater, biohydrogen production from renewable resources, industrial symbiosys and energy saving in industrial wastewater treatment. Graduate students in Dr.
The Department of Civil and Geological Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada is looking for highly motivated master students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental research under the supervision of Dr. Wonjae Chang. Dr. Chang’s lab focuses on exploring innovative remedial processes and technologies for engineered and natural environments impacted by natural resource developments such as oil sands, gas and potash in Canada. Students will perform graduate research in the area of bioremediation, mine water treatment or permeable reactive barrier design.
Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship in Atmospheric Sciences!
A Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship is available in the Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMUCC). The assistantship provides competitive monthly stipend and health benefits.
Ph.D. and MSc student positions are available at the University of Calgary for Fall semester 2014. The successful applicants will be expected to conduct research in one of the following areas: 1) Development of method/technology/instrument to monitor airborne pollutants and investigate their pollution characteristics, transportation, and impact on ambient air quality; 2) Carbonaceous aerosols, in particular black carbon (field sampling, instrumental analysis, source apportionment, radiative forcing effects); 3) Modeling the environmental and climate impact of anthropogenic air pollutants.
The Department of Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Environment) advertises a fully funded 3-year PhD position in environmental modeling, data assimilation and UAV-based remote sensing. The project aims to develop methods to inform environmental models with laser ranging and multi-spectral imaging data from sensors carried by lightweight unmanned airborne vehicles. The project will be carried out as a collaborative effort between DTU Environment, DTU Space and Sky-Watch A/S.