Graduate Research Opportunities

How to apply for graduate positions:

Please read each advertisement carefully to determine project information, application deadlines, application procedures, etc.

Link to Graduate Studies: Graduate Application Steps

Fully funded PhD studentship in Microplastics Research (Characterization and control of microplastics across remote, rural and urbanized environments)

Dr. Jill Crossman is looking for a PhD. student in the area of microplastics pollution control, catchment hydrology, sediment dynamics and process-based modelling.

Please read the full advertisement for admission requirements, deadlines and application procedures.

Contact Dr. Jill Crossman (jill.crossman@uwindsor.ca) for any questions about the application process.

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Postdoctoral Opportunity Available in Climate Change and Citizen Science

Dr. Cameron Proctor is searching for a post-doctoral fellow to lead a novel community/citizen science initiative bridging climate change, ecohydrology, and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in STEM. 

Please navigate to Dr. Proctor's laboratory page for background requirements, application instructions and position details: PDF opportunity 

Fully funded MSc studentships in Microplastics Research (Effects of Microplastics on Agricultural Crop Roots) (2 positions available)

Dr. Cameron Proctor and Dr. Jill Crossman are looking for 2 MSc. students to study microplastic ecotoxicological effects, root zone biogeochemical processes and analysis of soil fertility.

Please read the full advertisement for admission requirements, deadlines and application procedures.

Contact Dr. Cameron Proctor (cameron.proctor@uwindsor.ca) for any questions about the application process.

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