Student Opportunity Announcements

Ph.D. Assistantships in Environmental Hydrodynamics

Funding is available to support two Ph.D. students in the Environmental
Hydrodynamics Laboratory at Washington State University (Vancouver).  One student will focus on the dynamics of depth-dependent surfzone eddies.  A second student will study internal waves and mixing in lakes.  Both projects are funded by the National Science Foundation, and students will be supported by research and teaching assistantships, tuition waivers, and subsidized health insurance.  Applicants should have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in oceanography, engineering, environmental sciences, math, physics, or related field.  Washington State University Vancouver is a vibrant, rapidly growing institution located within the greater Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area, near the Columbia River, Cascade Mountains and Pacific Ocean, and offers an exceptional quality of life.  Further information at  If interested in either position, please send a brief (1-2 page) CV to Dr. Steve Henderson (