Ph.D Assistantship in Coastal Dynamics, Montclair State University

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Posición Description: The Environmental Management Program at the Montclair State University seeks a Ph.D. student to begin in Sept 2016. Application deadline: February 15th.

The student will be involved in exploring the co-evolution of human activities and natural processes in the coastal environment. This work will yield a set of new integrated geological, ecological and economic modeling tools to predict shoreline evolution under different storm hazard and sea-level rise scenarios over a time scale of several decades. The models and results will be useful for sustainable hazard management and planning in coastal communities faced with increased sea-level rise, erosion, and inundation associated with climate change.

Qualifications: A degree in coastal engineering/geomorphology/sedimentology/geology or a related field. Applicants should have strong analytical, quantitative, and writing skills.

Application Process: Detailed program information and application procedure can be obtained from the PhD program website ( ). For questions regarding your potential fit to the program, please contact Dr. Stefanie Brachfeld ( ) prior to filing an official application. To apply informally, send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae, by email to Dr. Jorge Lorenzo Trueba (

University Information: Montclair State with 20,022 students is New Jersey's second largest and fastest growing university with a wide variety of graduate programs in nearly 100 fields of study. Forbes called Montclair State the "Best Public University in New Jersey”. Located on a 264-acre campus, spanning the communities of Montclair, Little Falls, and Clifton, the University is only 30 minutes by train from New York City.


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