We have several opportunities for graduate teaching and research fellowships. Enthusiastic and motivated students who are interested in starting a M.Sc. or Ph.D project in hydrogeology, hydrology, or hydrogeophysics are encouraged to apply. Funding is available through research grants, teaching assistantships, and fellowships. If you are interested in working towards an advanced degree in the MSU Earth and Environmental Sciences department, contact us, scroll through the group’s research pages, or find out more about the application process.
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We have teamed up with the Kansas Geological Survey and are currently seeking 3 postdoctoral researchers interested in integrated surface and subsurface hydrologic modeling of water, energy, food, and ecosystems! Two of the positions will be located here at MSU, and one at the KGS. We will begin review applicants on April 15, 2019, but will happily accept applications until the positions are filled!