Thread: M.S. and Ph.D. opportunities in Crustal Deformation at the University of Kansas

Started: 2020-12-01 20:26:33
Last activity: 2020-12-01 20:26:33
The department of Geology at the University of Kansas is recruiting PhD and MS students in the broad areas of crustal deformation, geodetic data analysis, and slow slip events to work with Assistant Professor Noel M. Bartlow, beginning in Fall 2021. Dr. Bartlow's research mainly focuses on understanding the behavior and mechanics of subduction zones. She is especially interested in slow slip events and their ability to trigger damaging earthquakes. NSF funding is available to work with seafloor optical fiber strainmeter data in Cascadia, to be deployed in 2021. Other project and funding opportunities exist as well.

For more information please Dr. Bartlow’s website at Interested students should contact Dr. Bartlow at nbartlow<at><nbartlow<at>>. Information on application procedures can be found at The application deadline is December 31, 2020. The University of Kansas is located in beautiful Lawrence, KS, which offers an affordable college-town lifestyle only 45 minutes from Kansas City.

Noel M. Bartlow (she/her)
Assistant Professor
Department of Geology
University of Kansas

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