Apply before: 1 January 2024
Masters and or PhD level graduate students
1 January 2024
Research projects will leverage numerical models and field observations to address questions in geomorphology and sedimentology. Research projects may vary depending on the student's interest, though areas of current group focus include land building at sediment diversion sites, fan/delta evolution on Earth and Mars, organization of fluvial and deltaic stratigraphy, and particulate transport pathways in coastal environments. Our research aims to connect disciplines and inform societal needs, so there will be opportunities to incorporate economics and human-environment interactions into research at Texas A&M.
Our group’s home is in the Department of Geography (https://geography.tamu.edu/index.html), in the College of Arts & Sciences (https://artsci.tamu.edu/index.html) at Texas A&M University. The Department of Geography is dynamic, with 25 faculty researching and teaching on a range of topics in physical geography, geographic information science, human geography, and human-environment geography. Texas A&M University, a land-, sea-, and space-grant university, is located in a metropolitan area with a dynamic and international community of over 270,000 people. Members of the Texas A&M Surface Processes Group are committed (https://andrewjmoodie.com/assets/files/code_of_conduct.pdf) to act and interact in ways that contribute to an open, welcoming, diverse, inclusive, and healthy community.
The Department does not have a strict application deadline. However, funding priority is given to students who apply and complete their applications by January 1. GRE scores are not required to apply. More information on how to apply can be found on the Department’s Graduate Programs website (https://geography.tamu.edu/academics/graduate-programs/index.html).
Please encourage any interested students to reach out to me (email@example.com) prior to the January 1, 2023 application deadline, to discuss opportunities and research interests. Candidates should include a CV and brief statement of research interests.
Andrew J. Moodie; Assistant Professor Department of Geography; Texas A&M University firstname.lastname@example.orgTEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY