Funded PhD Position in Climate Dynamics at Duke University
The Ocean and Climate Dynamics Lab at the Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences (EOS), Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University has a funded PhD position to start in Fall 2021. The Ocean and Climate Dynamics Lab aims to understand the ocean’s role in a changing climate by combining observations, theory, and modeling. The prospective student will be supervised by Dr. Shineng Hu (https://sites.google.com/site/shinenghu/) and will have the flexibility to develop PhD projects in a broad range of topics, including but not limited to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, ocean inter-basin interaction, hydrological cycle, and paleoclimate. Applicants should have a BS or MS degree in atmospheric science, oceanography, earth science, physics, or a related field, and are interested in climate dynamics.
The application should be submitted through Duke's Graduate School (https://gradschool.duke.edu/admissions), and the deadline is January 8th. More details can be found on the EOS website (https://nicholas.duke.edu/academics/doctoral-programs/earth-ocean-sciences-eos) or obtained by contacting Dr. Shineng Hu (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged.