Who May Apply?
The Sustainable Water Resources Program at the Bureau of Economic Geology,
University of Texas at Austin is actively searching for highly qualified
students who are interested in pursuing a degree at the M.S. or Ph.D.
levels. Students with backgrounds in hydrology, geology, agricultural
sciences, physics, chemistry, remote sensing, applied mathematics, computer
sciences, biology, physical geography, or environmental engineering and
interested in subsurface hydrology, vadose zone hydrology, contaminant
transport, and land atmosphere interactions are encouraged to download
applications from www.geo.utexas.edu/grad/.
Deadline for applications for the fall semester is December 1, 2011 (priority for fellowships) and a final deadline of January 1, 2012. Successful
students will also have an opportunity to interact with a large and diverse
community of faculty members, scientists and fellow students in the Jackson
School of Geosciences and the Environmental
may be interested in research related to sustainable water resources are
invited to e-mail me for an appointment. (E-mail email@example.com
or call 1-512-471-8241). See below for a list of projects. You may want
to see the members of our group, my past
and ongoing research topics, funded research projects, and information
about Austin, Texas. UT-Austin
is recognized as one of the nation’s best values in terms of its
cost, the quality of its academic programs and reputation, and its commitment
to community and national service.
How to Apply?
Contact the Department of Geological Sciences Graduate Coordinator, Philip
Guerrero, at firstname.lastname@example.org
(512-471-6098), for all admission and support information.
Procedure for Prospective Graduate Students (http://www.geo.utexas.edu/grad/application_procedure.html)
Graduate and International
Admissions Center at UT-Austin (GIAC). (http://www.utexas.edu/student/giac/)
projects are available?
types of support are available?