Apply before: 30 November 2023
30 November 2023
Students with a masters degree already completed and/or several years of work experience in water-related positions and strongly encouraged to apply. PhD students will need to be in-residence at Duke University for their PhD, and would receive their PhD through the Environment PhD program at the Nicholas School of Environment. Students must have technical/quantitative training and abilities, but also interests beyond technical applications alone. While Duke does not require GRE scores as part of their submission, I still prefer applicants to have taken the GRE.
Interested students should send CV, and brief description of research interests, and a technical/writing example(s) (e.g., publications or authored reports) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that PhD applications are due Nov 30.