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MS and PhD student opportunities at the University of Florida
University of Florida, Florida, United States
Apply before: 1 December 2021


Dr. Johanna Engström, Department of Geography, University of Florida, welcomes applications from students interested in pursuing a graduate degree at the Master/PhD level on the topics of large-scale climate variability, water resources, GIS, and/or climate services for renewable energy production and development. Students with interests within these fields are encouraged to reach out to Dr. Engström (joem@ufl.edu) for further discussion of common research interests before submitting an application. Applicants are expected to be engaged and highly motivated to do research, and skills in GIS and/or programming is required.


Funding (stipend, tuition waiver, health insurance) is available through research and teaching assistantships for competitive candidates. The Department of Geography (http://geog.ufl.edu/) at the University of Florida is a dynamic and growing program with 25 faculty and is nationally ranked in the top 10 of Geography departments by Academic Analytics. The department offers both PhD and MS/MA degrees in Geography. We offer a highly collaborative environment with faculty and students across the University of Florida, in the Department of Geography, and through various campus institutes and programs: African American Studies, School of Natural Resources and Environment, The Water Institute, Informatics Institute, Emerging Pathogens Institute, the Florida Climate Institute as well as the Centers for African Studies and Latin American Studies.


Application due date: December 1, 2021.


Start date: Fall 2022

Of interest for:
  • Hydrology Focus Research Group