The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at Marquette University invites Masters and PhD applicants to join a growing Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering program. Research focus areas in the program include: (1) systems modeling, (2) agricultural water and nutrient management, (3) real-time watershed sensing and control, and (4) urban stormwater management. For more information on research areas in the program, please visit: www.mcdonaldhydrology.com and www.aphydro.com.
Located in Milwaukee WI, research in Water Resources Engineering at Marquette offers a unique opportunity to collaborate with industry and utility partners within the nation’s most densely populated water tech cluster. Marquette is a partner in the NSF-funded Water Equipment and Policy Industry/University Coooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) (http://www4.uwm.edu/wep/) and the Global Water Center, an accelerator space for water innovation (http://thewatercouncil.com/about-us/facilities/).
We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals for research positions at the masters and PhD level. A competitive stipend and tuition waiver will be provided to qualified applicants. Please send inquiries to Dr. Walter McDonald (email@example.com) or Dr. Anthony Parolari (firstname.lastname@example.org). Interested applicants should apply for admission through the Marquette University Graduate School (https://graduate.admissions.marquette.edu/apply/).