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M.Sc./Ph.D. Opportunities in Hydrodynamics, Washington State University (Vancouver)
Funding is available to support M.Sc or Ph.D. students in the Environmental Hydrodynamics Laboratory (http://research.vancouver.wsu.edu/stephen-henderson) at Washington State University (Vancouver).  Students will focus on internal wave dynamics and turbulent mixing, making use of both unique field observations and theoretical modeling.  This work on hydrodynamics will contribute to a collaborative, multi-year, National Science Foundation-funded effort to understand interactions between hydrodynamics and nitrogen processing.  Required background: Bachelor?s or Master?s degree in physics/engineering, environmental sciences, or math, completed by project start date (those with Masters degrees will be considered for the Ph.D. program).  Start date no later than fall 2016. Students will be supported by research assistantships, teaching assistantships, and tuition waivers.  Washington State University Vancouver is a vibrant, rapidly growing institution located within the greater !
 Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area, near the Cascade Mountains and Pacific Ocean, and offers an exceptional quality of life.  Interested applicants should send to Dr. Stephen Henderson (steve_henderson@vancouver.wsu.edu<mailto:steve_henderson@vancouver.wsu.edu>) (i) a short (up to 2 page) CV, and (ii) a brief email explaining likely timeline for completion of current degree, and preferred start date at Washington State University.
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