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Water Resources Science PhD
Study water systems on the shores of the world's largest freshwater lake. As a WRS student in Duluth, you'll work with faculty from Large Lakes Observatory, Natural Resources Research Institute and Minnesota Sea Grant. Through hands-on work, you'll grow to understand aquatic ecosystems and their social dimensions. Learn about the public policy and legal frameworks of protecting water resources.
Based on the shores of Lake Superior, the University of Minnesota- Duluth is home to outstanding water research facilities such as the Large Lakes Observatory (LLO) and the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI). With approximately 11,000 students, the Duluth campus provides an alternative to both large research universities and small liberal arts colleges for many students.
Recent UMD Graduates Job Placement Data & Employers
Here's a sampling of positions Water Resources Ph.D. grads have attained six months to one year after graduation.
|Post-Doctoral Researcher - Yale University, New Haven, CT|