Job Opening

PhD opportunities at the Colorado School of Mines

Colorado School of Mines

Posted: 10/25/2019

Open Until: 12/15/2019

The Surface Processes Group at the Colorado School of Mines is recruiting motivated students with multidisciplinary interests in surface processes, geomorphology, and environmental geophysics. Our research group integrates field observations and experiments, high resolution terrain analysis, and data-driven analytical and geophysical techniques with quantitative theory development to investigate a broad range of subjects from landscape evolution to nonlocal sediment transport to post-wildfire hazards.

We are also dedicated to promoting a diverse and inclusive culture in both our research group and the broader STEM community. Students with non-traditional or underrepresented backgrounds and/or a passion for advancing equity and accessibility in STEM are therefore especially encouraged to apply.

Additional information can be found at surfaceprocesses.mines.edu/join-us/ and mines.edu/graduate-admissions/applying-for-graduate-studies. Interested students should contact Danica Roth at droth@mines.edu to discuss application details, project ideas and any questions before the December 15 priority application deadline.

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Best,
Danica Roth
Assistant Professor
Department of Geology and Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
https://surfaceprocesses.mines.edu

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