Graduate student opportunities at Washington State University
Graduate student opportunities at Washington State University Vancouver to study climate change, extremes and their impacts
The Climate Change, Extremes and Impacts Group in the School of the Environment at WSU Vancouver (WSUV) is seeking graduate students interested in studying climate and weather extremes and their impacts, starting in Fall 2019. Current areas of emphasis in the lab include: (1) physical processes affecting high-impact extreme weather events on various spatial and temporal scales, (2) predictability of extreme events, (3) influence of anthropogenic activities (greenhouse gases, aerosols, and land-surface changes) on historical and projected climate change, and (4) impacts of extremes on agriculture and farmer livelihoods in India. Related publications can be found here https://deeptis47.github.io/.
Interested candidates are encouraged to email Deepti Singh (email@example.com) with their CV to further discuss the program and their research interests. To learn more about the School of the Environment and apply to the Masters or Ph.D. program in Environmental and Natural Science at WSUV, please follow this link - https://cas.vancouver.wsu.edu/science-graduate-programs. We are committed to building a diverse research group, and encourage applications from underrepresented groups.
About the campus: WSUV, a part of Washington State University, is a scenic campus located in Vancouver, Washington, which is part of the vibrant Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. Its location offers easy access to Portland, the Columbia River Gorge, the Cascades, and the Pacific Coast. More details on WSUV can be found here -https://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/.
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