PhD POSITIONS IN WATER QUALITY ARE AVAILABLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City is seeking highly motivated Ph.D. students to work on a funded project related the effect of climate change and urbanization on surface water quality with Drs. Ramesh Goel (email@example.com) and Michael Barber (firstname.lastname@example.org). The project involves field scale monitoring of lake and river water, laboratory scale experiments to simulate field processes, data analysis, and report writing. Candidates will be expected to interact with water quality modeling and social science experts on the team. The candidates are expected to have a strong academic standing with excellent verbal and writing skills. Ideal candidates will possess an M.S. in environmental engineering, ecological engineering, or a related field although exceptional B.S.-level candidates will also be considered. Laboratory experience with nutrient and carbon analysis, reactor kinetics and stable isotope chemistry is a plus.
Selected candidates will receive competitive stipends, tuition and health benefits. Potential candidates are encouraged to submit their applications using the online system with their GRE and TOEFL scores. Positions are available beginning fall 2016.
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