COASTAL HAZARDS @ VIRGINIA TECH
News & Announcements
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 (email@example.com) and/or Robert Weiss. Junior standing and familiarity with programming are preferred.
News & Highlights
Welcome New Students
Coastal Hazards @ VT is pleased to welcome five new students to our group this year: Ph.D. students Jun-Whan Lee and Anmol Haque, M.S. students Codi Wiersma and Kristine Mosuela, and undergraduate scholars Emma Helfrich and Sunil Divakar.
Jen Irish Elected ASCE Fellow
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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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