Dr. Reinhold is currently looking for exceptional, self-funded graduate students to conduct research on:
- Wetlands for protection of water quality
- Plants for remediation of emerging organic pollutants and hazardous wastes
- Fate of emerging pollutants and pesticides in vegetated systems
- Plant tissue culture and genetic engineering to enhance plants capabilities to address water quality problems
Ideal candidate will possess a M.S. in Engineering (Biosystems, Civil, or Chemical); however, all interested candidates are encouraged to apply by contacting Dr. Reinhold at the information below. Candidates must have interest in working with undergraduate students in a multi-disciplinary research area. Previous laboratory experience is desirable.
Graduate research assistantships pay a competitive monthly stipend (>$1,600/mo), tuition and fees (24 credits/yr), and health benefits. No GRAs are currently available.
University Graduate Fellowships. Applications due in December. 12-month stipend of $24,000 plus health insurance.
Summer and part-time fall/spring positions are available in the areas listed above. Research will likely combine laboratory and field work.