The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) invites exceptional young researchers to apply for an ARL Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship(www.nas.edu/arl). This fellowship provides recipients the opportunity to pursue independent research while working alongside some of the nation’s best scientists and engineers. Applicants must display extraordinary ability in scientific research and show clear promise of becoming outstanding leaders. Successful candidates will have already tackled a major scientific or engineering problem or will have provided a new approach or insight, evidenced by a recognized impact in their field.
Fellowship terms and benefits
- An annual stipend of $100,000
- Health insurance (including dental and vision)
- Paid relocation and a professional travel allowance
- One-year appointments are renewable for up to three years based on performance.
- Fellowship appointments require a full-time commitment to the research program at ARL.
- Fellows must be in residence at ARL during the entire period of the appointment.
The candidate for this position will study the hydrologic and biogeochemical processes associated with river- groundwater exchange at watershed scale utilizing a suite of simulation codes, for example, subsurface flow and reactive transport code PFLOTRAN, Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), WRF-Hydro, and their equivalents. The candidate will be expected to participate in the development of novel conceptual models for modeling real-world flow and biogeochemical transport at various catchments within the Columbia River Basin. The candidate will work with a multi-disciplinary team of computational and experimental scientists to understand how the watershed-scale hydrologic and nutrient cycling is impacted by the hydrologic exchanges between the surface water and groundwater. This position will require numerical modeling, data analyses and visualization in a high performance computing environment.
Closing Date: April 29, 2019 – closing soon!
More Information: https://pnnl.jobs/richland-wa/post-masters-ra-watershed-hydrobiogeochemical-modeling/BBA907FD315F48E9814E6290E81E8486/job/
Section: TTh 3:00 – 5:40pm;
Where: ARC 160 Arch 120F, VM 616-3618
Office: TTh: 2:00-3:00 or by appointment
The purpose of the course is to introduce the principles, techniques, and practices used for the management of
construction projects, namely, construction contracting, estimating, planning, scheduling, time management, cost
control and earned value, resource management, and financial management. The scope of work cover civil and
commercial projects, however, more emphasis are on civil projects.
If interested, apply now!!
Thursday, May 9, 3:30pm
Kane Hall, Room 220
Reception to follow in Kane Hall’s Walker-Ames room.
Free and open to the public. No RSVP required.
Transportation Matters: Moving Washington Forward
Washington state’s economy, its people and their quality of life depend on a multimodal, integrated transportation system that works for all of its users, regardless of age, ability or economic status. Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar will discuss the Washington State Department of Transportation’s role as stewards of the state’s $200 billion investment in transportation and how the agency is managing today’s challenges – congestion, system preservation, land use, workforce and more. Millar also takes a look ahead to future transportation trends including system resilience, alternative energy, new and emerging technology, as well as funding and investment priorities.
Questions? Please contact Veronica Brauchli at email@example.com.
Conduct field surveys of river and floodplain shape and elevation, gather pipeline elevation data, and
assist in general field data collection efforts describing river geomorphic conditions and processes.
Additional data collection efforts may include kayaking, canoeing, and working from a motor boat.
Assessment of potential bank instability. Field work will typically require travel away from home for
between two to four weeks. Office work supporting erosion and scour assessments at water crossings
and identifying flood related risks to pipeline integrity. Additional work may include acoustical
assessments of river processes.
Office work may be conducted from a home office. Field work typically requires multiple weeks away
from home and travel across North America.
- Field data collection efforts and desktop hydrology, hydraulic, and scour and erosion assessments.
- Support and lead report efforts.
- Other duties as assigned
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling all UW graduate students & postdocs! Faculty positions in higher education usually require a teaching statement as part of the application. What the what?
Join Dr. Milan Vidaković (Center for Teaching and Learning) to find out what a teaching statement can look like, how to develop one (even if you have never been a TA), review examples, & brainstorm with peers.
Teaching Statement Workshop
Tuesday, April 23
3:30pm – 5:00pm
Gerberding Hall 142
To request disability accommodation, please contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 (voice), 206-543-6452 (TTY), 206-685-7264 (fax), or email@example.com
Please join us for the first CEE Water Seminar of the quarter on Thursday, April 18th at 3:30 pm in More Hall Room 225.
Speaker: Dr. Curtis Deutsch, School of Oceanography
Title: Climate Change and Ecosystem Response in the California Current System
Dr. Curtis Deutsch received his PhD in 2003 from Princeton University in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Washington School of Oceanography. Dr. Deutsch’s research aims at understanding the interactions between climate and ecosystems. He combines numerical models with diverse types of biological and physical data to discover the biogeochemical cycles in the ocean, with a focus on the mechanisms that regulate nutrients and oxygen cycling over a range of time scales from years to millennia. He also works with terrestrial ecologists to understand how climate influences the patterns of thermal fitness, and their implications for biodiversity in a changing climate. He received an Investigator Award from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and is a Fellow of the Kavli Frontiers of Science.
Reminder: The CEE Water Seminar
calendar can be found here: http://depts.washington.edu/watersem/
. At this link you can also nominate a speaker as well as add the CEE Water Seminar
calendar to your personal Google Calendar. For further questions about the CEE Water Seminar
, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Under close supervision, assists assigned department(s) and/or project(s) by performing basic engineering-related tasks which may reflect elements of standard post-secondary engineering curriculum, usually on a part-time, temporary, or co-op basis.
- Assists engineer teams in various tasks and duties.
- Assists Engineer with research, development and design of projects.
- Assists Engineer with the preparation of engineering drawings and documents as assigned.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The internship will provide an opportunity to
- Gain exposure to tunnel and underground engineering in urban context
- Gain exposure to a mega infrastructure project
- Real world experience with world class team and mentors
- On the job training will be provided
Friday, April 19th, 3:00-4:00pm: Non-Traditional Career Paths – Business & Consulting
Presenters: Brendan Plecque, Senior Strategy Analyst, Boeing
Keting Cen, Consultant, Deloitte Consulting
To join IN-PERSON (MGH 134), register here – https://uw.joinhandshake.com/events/296634
To join VIRTUALLY, register here – https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iGDlPvtYTBixU2jYs7hHFQ
Monday, April 22nd, 3:00-4:00pm: Making the Most of Your Internship
Presenters: Iryna Chyzhova, Senior Platform Validation Engineer, Intel
Peter Deng, Structural Design Engineer, KPFF Consulting
To join IN-PERSON (MGH 134), register here – https://uw.joinhandshake.com/events/297535
To join VIRTUALLY, register here – https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gXdsuKWeT9qK710epkz-XQ
The retreat will bring together a group of
graduate students during the interim
between Spring and Summer Quarters to
work on their dissertations with a
supportive group of tutors!
The retreat is a program that runs for a week between Spring and Summer quarters and that’s dedicated just to writing, workshops, and support for dissertators who are looking to refocus and get to the finish line. Each dissertator will be have their own graduate writing tutor to work with throughout the week to help them meet their goals. The program is free for participants and lunches are included but folks do need to apply using an online application form and space is limited!
When: June 17 – 21, 2019
9:30 AM to 4:30 PM daily
Where: The OWRC
Odegaard library room 121
Applications are due:
Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 by 5:00 PM