Positions Available

Opportunities in the Global Water Futures Program

Global Water Futures: Solutions to Water Threats in an Era of Global Change  is a collaborative initiative between multiple Canadian universities and partner organizations funded, in part, through the Canada First Research Excellence Fund. The program is led by the University of Saskatchewan. Lead institutional partners include the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University and McMaster University.

The Global Water Futures program (GWF) aims to deliver risk management solutions for water resources and services – informed by leading edge water science and supported by innovative decision-making tools – in Canada and throughout the cold regions of the world.  Key research areas include predicting change in Cold Regions, developing Big Water data and support systems, and designing user solutions that focus on real world problems.

Positions available within the GWF Program at UWaterloo:

Opportunities in the Ecohydrology Research Group

Research positions posted below are offered for specific projects.

The Ecohydrology research group focuses on water-related environmental issues of societal significance. It includes a diverse team of geologists, biogeochemists, soil scientists, hydrologists, environmental engineers and microbiologists from more than 15 countries.

We are often looking for enthusiastic, technically able undergraduates to assist us in the lab and field. Please contact Dr. Fereidoun Rezanezhad for more information about our undergraduate research assistant opportunities. 

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The Ecohydrology Research Group is funded by the Canada Excellence Research Chairs
 

Canadian Excellence Research Chairs