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Patience Bosompemaa

Ph.D. Student

Department of Geology, University of Kansas

Project title: Developing an integrated assessment framework for future groundwater and surface water availability for the Central Arkansas River Basin (part of NSF-funded FEWtures project). Co-supervised by Sam and Andrea Brookfield.

Patience is a first year PhD student in Geology. She received her B.S and MPhil from University of Ghana in Geology in 2011 and 2015 respectively. She worked with the Ghana Geological Survey Authority for 2 years as a Geologist and Global Community for a year as a Hydrogeologist. She holds an M.S in hydrogeology from Illinois State University and her thesis focused on ‘Nitrate transport in the unsaturated zone’. Patience’s research interests are in water quality and sustainable water supply.

Education

  • M.S. in Geology

    Illinois State University

  • M.Phil. in Geology

    University of Ghana

  • B.S. in Geology

    University of Ghana