COASTAL HAZARDS @ VIRGINIA TECH
Applications for Ph.D. research in coastal hazards will be considered. Students applying to either Civil & Environmental Engineering  or Geosciences must have an undergraduate and/or masters degree in engineering, geosciences, the physical sciences, applied mathematics, or related field. To apply:
 Students without an undergraduate or masters degree in engineering who pursue a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering may need to complete additional coursework. Read more here.
Undergraduates at Virginia Tech interested in coastal hazards research are welcome to contact Jen Irish (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Robert Weiss. Junior standing and familiarity with programming are preferred.
Center for Coastal Studies
Within the Center for Coastal Studies at Virginia Tech, our mission is to inspire societally relevant solutions to the complex challenges emerging in the coastal zone. The Center promotes a vibrant future for the world’s coastal zones through enabling, facilitating, and rewarding transdisciplinary research, education, and engagement. At the heart of the Center for Coastal Studies is an interdisciplinary and growing network of more than 50 Virginia Tech faculty from nine of Virginia Tech’s Colleges. Click here to learn more.
Credits: Background photo courtesy of Sadatsugu Tomizawa (Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). Graph (center) modified from Humbyrd et al. 2009 (J. Waterw. Port C.-ASCE) .
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