The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) and the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) seeks applicants for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in groundwater hydrology and sustainability.
Appointment may be at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank commensurate with the candidate’s experience and accomplishments.
The projected start date is August 2019, but accommodation can be made for the best candidate.
More details and the link to apply for the position can be found here:
Application Deadline: January 15th
CUAHSI is soliciting applications from students who wish to participate in the 2019 National Water Center (NWC) Summer Institute under the auspices of the NWC’s Innovator’s Program. The Summer Institute will take place at the University of Alabama and the National Water Center from June 10 – July 26, 2019. Student research fellows will collaborate intensively for seven weeks to work on projects designed to contribute to the NWC goals of enhancing water-related products and decision-support services across the country. To facilitate this process, project themes have been defined in advance. The Summer Institute will be led by faculty theme leads and daily oversight will be provided by student course coordinators.
Students participating in the Summer Institute will be grouped into teams organized around projects defined by the theme leaders and pre-selected topics. While there may be some overlap with the students’ individual MS/PhD research projects, the expectation is that the work and research done during the Summer Institute will be a separate, self-contained project.
The 2019 Summer Institute will explore projects around the following themes:
- Coupled inland-coastal hydraulics
- Scaling hydrologic and hydraulic models from small basins to regional watersheds
- Utilizing hydroinformatics to address flood inundation
- Support remote sensing of water information through engagement with the computer science community
June 9-11, 2020 in Minneapolis, MN
The workshop will be led by Urbanova and senior scientists from Ramboll’s Environment and Health Division covering hyper-local air quality, indoor air quality and the relationship of cross laminated timber (CLT) building materials and health. Additionally, The Center for Active Design, the New York-based leading non-profit using design to foster healthy and engaged communities will discuss civic guidelines to achieve trust, participation and stewardship; Urbanova partner, Gallup will discuss people-centered analytics to create meaningful change; WSU’s Laboratory for Atmospheric Research will discuss local health and air quality research initiatives; and Katerra will discuss views on the present and future of intelligent CLT buildings.
The workshop objective is to extend and further strengthen our local and external network of public, academic and private communities with the shared goal of identifying more strategies to ‘harness data, gain insights and solve urban challenges in new ways.’ It all starts with helping Spokane be a more livable, healthy and sustainable community.
Please join us for a lively conversation! We will engage participants in
imagining what is possible as we ‘think big, start small and go fast’ to develop
a living laboratory to design cities of the future in our University District. The
application of health and environment frameworks in future projects and
businesses applies directly to Urbanova’s objective to improve the economic,
social and environmental equity and resilience in communities.
2:00 – 2:30 pm: Doors open – Welcome, mingling, drinks and snacks
2:30 – 4:00 pm: Introduction; brief presentations; and conversation starters
♦ Urbanova; WSU Laboratory for Atmospheric Research; Gallup
♦ Ramboll, Center for Active Design, Katerra
4:00 – 5:15 pm: Facilitated discussion and report out
5:15 – 6:00 pm: Reception
Thursday November 8, 2018
2:00 – 6:00 pm
HERB (former Sirti) Conference Room #432
Health Education and Research Building
665 N. Riverpoint Blvd.
Participation is free
Space is limited
To be considered, submissions should be emailed to Jackie Crim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles submitted after the deadlines will be considered for publication in upcoming issues.
A new 5 million dollar, five-year project led by the WRC and funded by the USDA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative’s Water for Food Production Systems Challenge Area will be working to identify promising emerging technologies and synergistic policies to improve technical and allocative water use efficiency in irrigated agriculture.
The research team, which includes scientists at the University of Idaho, University of Washington, Kansas State University, University of Utah, Mammoth Trading, Aspect Consulting, and a diverse group of water users and stakeholders in the Columbia River Basin.
The project will focus on how seasonal water availability forecasting, satellite-based consumptive use monitoring, and computer-based smart market technology can be used in conjunction with changes in water use and water transfer rules to improve water use. “This exciting project will help find ways to improve water use efficiency in agriculture, by focusing on how technology, water rights and regulation work together to make the most of available water for all of its social and environmental values,” said Jonathan Yoder, Lead Investigator and Director of the WRC.
Application Deadline: October 31st
The program enables graduate students to go beyond “one site, one view” in their research.
Graduate training in water science often focuses on a single field site, analytical, or modeling approach. The Pathfinder Fellowship program provides travel funds to graduate students in hydrology and related sciences to make an extended trip to enhance their research by adding a field site to conduct comparative research, collaborating with a research group, or working with researchers on adding an interdisciplinary dimension to a project. Fellowships are awarded to cover travel costs of up to a maximum of $5,000.
For complete application instructions, click here .
Questions should be submitted to Jon Pollak at email@example.com.
Application Deadline: September 30th
The program enables scientists to learn the details of hydrologic instrument installation, operation, maintenance, and data processing by visiting experts or scheduling reverse site visit.
CUAHSI offers Instrumentation Discovery Travel Grants (IDTG) of up to $1,000 to help cover travel expenses for scientists at U.S. universities and colleges to visit colleagues with specific instrumentation expertise. The objective of the travel should be to efficiently and economically learn how to install, operate, maintain, and process data from one or more hydrologic instruments. IDTG’s can: (1) enable university scientists to visit other institutions or research sites, or (2) enable a reverse site visit to bring an expert to their own institution.
For complete application instructions, click here.
Questions should be submitted to Jon Pollak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Annual Water Resources Conference
June 11-13, 2019 in Snowbird, Utah
The Conference Planning Committee invites you to propose a Special Session for the conference. A special session organizers’ role is to propose a relevant and timely topic, recruit speakers to submit abstracts to the session, and moderate the session during the June 2019 Conference. Special sessions can be in the form of a panel discussion or a group of 5 or more oral presentations (full length or 5 minute lightning talks) on a specific topic. Multiple session track proposals are welcome.
Those interested in organizing and hosting a special session should click here.
Due date: September 21, 2018.
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