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Environmental Science

Towson University (TU) invites applications to our Master of Science in Environmental Science program. Graduate assistantships are available on a competitive basis. The Environmental Science program is housed in Towson University’s brand new Science Complex, a state-of-the art, 320,000 square-foot research and teaching space that includes 80 laboratories.

Bio-electrochemistry and Environmental engineering

  

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Bioenergy engineering lab of Chosun Uiversity in South Korea invites applications for PhD student positions in the area of bio-electrochemical systems, environmental engineering, and environmental biotechnology. The successful applicants will investigate the bio-electrochemical system based studies for anaerobic ammonium oxidation (ANAMMOX) and anaerobic digestion under the supervision of Prof. Jun-Gyu Park. Candidates with interests in research fields above are encouraged to apply. The positions are available from Mar 2022.

 

Environmental and Energy Engineering Areas

Graduate Student Positions at Penn State University (Fall 2022, Multiple Areas)

A cluster of faculties at John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering (https://www.eme.psu.edu), in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), is looking for self-motivated graduate students in the areas of Environmental and Energy Engineering.

Environmental Engineering and Toxicology

Pesticide removal using enzymes/Phosphorus recovery using microalgae

University of South Alabama Environmental Toxicology (ETOX) Program is seeking masters students in Spring or Fall 2022 for two projects in the area of wastewater treatment and nutrient recovery. The students will be working under the supervision of Dr. Kaushik Venkiteshwaran, Assistant Professor in Civil, Coastal & Environmental Engineering. Dr. Kaushik Venkiteshwaran specializes in Environmental Biotechnology and is looking for qualified students to work on two current projects:

Environmental microbiology

The Williams laboratory at Central Michigan University is currently searching for engineering Masters students interested in conducting research related to environmental microbiology. The successful candidate will work on projects related to developing molecular tools and assays for detection of microbial pathogens and functional genes in water and soil, sampling and genomic analysis for wastewater surveillance of microbial and viral targets, and assessment of clinically relevant functional genes.

Industrial Ecology/Life cycle assessment/Material flow analysis

The Environmental Engineering program in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alabama is seeking applicants for the PhD program. Applicants should have a B.S. or M.S degree in related areas. Past research experience in life cycle assessment, material flow analysis, or other industrial ecology topics is highly preferred. Interested applicants please email Dr. Jiang at djiang6@ua.edu with a copy of your CV, unofficial transcripts, and/or reprints of publications.

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