Fall 2022 Hello! I’m full up for the Fall of 2022.
I am always seeking motivated graduate students for a myriad of research projects. Diverse project styles too – ranging from fieldwork and instrumentation to physical and numerical modeling (trees! frost weathering! soil production and transport! landslides, rivers and fish!). Please send along a CV and a statement of research interests, specific skills/background if emailing me re: potential research opportunities. To be considered for university fellowships, applications should be submitted by January 15 and if submitting after this date, please check with me first. GREs, while not required for graduate school admission, are necessary for prestigious university fellowships.
The Geosciences Department at the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville), has a dynamic surface process research group that I am thrilled to be a part of. Locally we have world-class art venues, hundreds of kilometers of mountain biking and hiking trails, eight Wild and Scenic Rivers and a thriving foodie culture. More information can be found here.
The Marshalling Science Lab group is a diverse and open community that welcomes all. I encourage those from non-traditional backgrounds and underrepresented communities to consider applying.