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We have Graduate Research Assistantships or funding available for motivated masters or PhD level candidates in Virginia Tech’s Department of Biological Systems Engineering. Students who have interest in water and environmental quality, particularly as the relate to the impact of climate change, land-use/land cover, the impact of agricultural management practices, and the processes that control the fate and transport of pollutants are encouraged to apply. Students who have demonstrated exceptional strength in science or engineering fields are welcome. More information on applying to the Biological Systems Engineering Graduate Program can be found on the main Virginia Tech Department of Biological Systems Engineering website. The availability of funding varies, and students are encourage to seek fellowship support to pursue their degree. Students who are interested in this opportunity are encouraged to Contact Us directly prior to submitting an application to discuss your interests, background, and current work.

Current Graduate Student Opportunities

 

Hydrology, Water Quality, and Watershed Systems Research