The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Kansas is pleased to announce the availability of a fully-funded three-year PhD assistantship in Water Resources Engineering. The prospective student will combine concepts from hydrology, hydraulics, biogeochemistry, and stable isotope technology to gain a better understanding of human-environment interactions. The prospective student will utilize field, laboratory, and numerical modeling methods to achieve research goals.
- A Bachelor’s (or Master’s) of Science in Civil Engineering or closely related field
- Completed coursework in the areas of fluid mechanics, hydrology, and/or hydraulics
- Knowledge of programming (e.g., MATLAB, Python, Fortran) and statistics
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Candidates should also be passionate about fostering positive human-environment feedbacks.
Funding includes tuition, fees, health insurance, and a 12-month stipend. To apply, e-mail a one-page statement of research interest, resume, transcript and GRE scores, and contact information for two references IN A SINGLE PDF DOCUMENT to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: students should read the requirements for admission prior to e-mailing Dr. Husic to ensure that the student is qualified to join KU.