Master of Science in Environmental Science

Master of Science in Environmental Science

Master of Science in Environmental Science

  • WERI Research Assistanships

 


  • Constance Sartor

    Student artists bring Marine Lab walls to life

  • Jeried Calaor

    Graduate student presents in Thailand on the critical role of bats in Guam as seed dispersers

  • Serena Barasi

    UOG student selected for Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program

  • Josefa Muñoz tends to a sea turtle

    UOG turtle biologist selected for National Science Foundation fellowship

  • Soil Conference: Chieriel Desamito

    Graduate student digs deep into soil science

  • University of Guam communications major Audrey Meno.

    A Student Champion for Environmental Change

  • Five UOG faculty were selected for a Leadership Development Program.

    Five UOG faculty undergo 7-month leadership development training

  • Following a competitive application process, University of Guam biology major Jerilyn Calaor has been offered an award from the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).

    Biology Student Receives Prestigious National Science Foundation Award

  • With the help from a few experts from the University of Guam, local high school students recently walked away from a national summer fellowship with a new fire for science and research.

    UOG Prepares Future Researchers Through STEP UP Program

  • faculty faces

    UOG Welcomes New Faculty and Administrators

 

 

The University of Guam’s Water & Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI) is offering two two-year research assistantships beginning August 2018 (fall semester, Fanuchånan) or January 2019 (spring semester, Fañomnåkan) for research work that can be applied toward a Master of Science thesis in UOG’s graduate Environmental Science program.

This project is funded by NASA EPSCOR, and is collaborative with the University of Hawaii’s College of Engineering (UHCOE). Researchers on Guam will use self-guiding unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) developed by UHCOE engineering faculty and students to collect, analyze, and interpret thermal imagery to locate and estimate freshwater discharge into coastal waters from the limestone aquifer of northern Guam.

If you would like to do cutting-edge research in remote-sensing, GIS, and/or coastal karst hydrogeology while earning an Master of Science in Environmental Science and living and working on a tropical island in the western Pacific, we invite you to contact Dr. John Jenson, Director, WERI, and/or Dr. Romina King, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Guam, to learn more about this superb opportunity.

For instructions on how to apply, download the position description below: