Currently open positions:
- The KGS Applied Geohydrology Internship program is recruiting two paid interns for the 2020 summer. The students will contribute to a KWRI-funded project investigating the hydrology and biogeochemistry of intermittent streams in the High Plains Aquifer and will be co-supervised by Sam, Erin Seybold. and Chi Zhang. These internships are open to students or recent graduates from any institution and will pay $7200 for a 12-week summer research experience. For more info and to apply click here - review begins February 28.
- There are no currently funded graduate student positions open in HEAL. However, I am always happy to work with interested students on developing proposals for external funding, such as the NSF GRFP, or internal KU fellowships, such as the Self Fellowship. If you are interested, please send Sam an email.
- We love to collaborate and one of our favorite ways is to host visiting students and scientists from other institutions. Lawrence is a beautiful place to visit, whether for a week or a year. If you need a visa, sponsor, or any other paperwork, we are happy to work with you to set things up. We will arrange comfortable office space with plenty of coffee and good conversations for anyone who comes by for a visit! If you want to visit sometime, please send Sam an email.