We have opportunities for creative, hardworking and very motivated undergraduate, graduate students, visiting scholars and postdocs in our research group. See the research and cooperative extension webpages to find out about our ongoing projects. Prospective students should have a strong interest in integrated water resources management, hydrology, system modeling, decision making process, water governance, balanced human and environmental water management, science-based solutions and designing of strategies to balance competing water uses and interests. We encourage people to apply from a multidisciplinary background: ecologist, hydrologist, civil engineers, environmental engineers, irrigation engineers, sociologist, lawyers, geologist, among other backgrounds. Prospective graduate students, postdocs and undergrads are strongly encouraged to contact Samuel Sandoval.
There are many opportunities for students to participate in our research group, from collaborations in water management problems to involvement in current research projects. Contact Samuel Sandoval, opportunities are available year-round!
Interest in water resources management, basin modeling, environmental flows, water governance, environmental restoration policies, system re-operation, conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water, water resources sustainability, adaptive management, among other topics.
Preference given to students who have taken statistics, GIS, hydrology, water science & management (ESM 121) or who have equivalent experience. Please see our research for a description of the projects. Contact Samuel Sandoval if interested.
Preference given to students who have taken water science & management (ESM 121), statistics (STA 100, STA 130, ECI 114), hydrology (ERS/ESM 100, HYD 141), geographic information systems (ABT 150), or who have equivalent experience. Please see the research page for a description of the projects. Contact Samuel Sandoval if interested.