Dr. Ashley Helton and Dr. Marty Briggs are accepting applications for graduate students (MS and PhD) at University of Connecticut for Spring/Summer 2019 in stream/river biogeochemistry and river corridor hydrogeology. The student(s) will be co-advised by Ashley (Department of Natural Resources & the Environment, University of Connecticut) and Marty (USGS Hydrogeophysics Branch in Storrs, CT). The student(s) will be funded through projects that explore relationships between groundwater discharge to surface water and nitrogen cycling within near-stream sediments.
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Job Title: Executive Director
Salary Range: $50,000 – $60,000 (Full Time Exempt)
Benefits: Medical Coverage and PTO Provided
Location: Corvallis, Oregon
Application Deadline: June 21st, 2018
Preferred Start Date: July 30th, 2018
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