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Assistant Professor of Hydrological Modeling Job Opening
The Baylor University Department of Geology seeks a dynamic scholar to fill this position beginning August, 2014. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Geology, Hydrogeology, Hydrology, Hydraulics or a closely related discipline with a strong emphasis on numerical modeling of surface and/or groundwater systems. Integration of measurements from Earth and space-based sensors, hydrogeophysics and other ground based measurements is encouraged. Research areas may range in scope from the critical zone to global hydrologic cycles and sustainability. Regardless of research focus area, enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research and cultivation of new collaborations is essential to this position. The successful candidate will teach courses in hydrologic/hydrogeologic systems modeling, establish and participate in externally-funded research, and successfully mentor M.S. and Ph.D. candidates to graduation.
Dr. Steven Driese honored for service by URSA
Congratulations to Dr. Driese on being selected by URSA as the 2013 Undergraduate Research Mentor of the year for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mahematics departments and programs.