Graduate Research at the Center Leading To a Degree From the University of Pennsylvania
Stroud Water Research Center and the Department of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania announce opportunities for graduate research with adjunct Penn faculty at the Stroud Center.
Students will complete their course work at Penn and be active participants in the Ecology group on campus. Research may address a wide variety of questions related to flowing water ecosystems.
Stroud scientists are actively working at numerous study locations including White Clay Creek and other Piedmont streams near the Center, streams near the Maritza Field Station in northern Costa Rica, and other stream and large river locations.
Stroud Water Research Center is approximately 40 miles southwest of the Penn campus and is known worldwide for its excellent laboratory capabilities and study of watersheds. Adjunct faculty at the Stroud Center and their research interests are:
- John K. Jackson: Population and evolutionary ecology of stream insects, abiotic and biotic processes in streams, energy and nutrient exchange within streams and riparian zones, and benthic monitoring and water quality assessment. Recent studies have been located in temperate and/or tropical streams.
- Bernard W. Sweeney: Population and community ecology of temperate and tropical insects, ecology of streamside forests, genetic structure/ bioenergetics and secondary production of aquatic insects, bioassay of toxic substances, stream pollution assessment and restoration.
For more information please contact one of the above (via contact information in their profile pages) or:
- Ms. Colleen Gasiorowski
- Graduate Studies Coordinator
- Department of Biology
- University of Pennsylvania
- 103 Leidy Lab
- 3740 Hamilton Walk
- Philadelphia, PA 19104-6018
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stroud Water Research Center advances knowledge and stewardship of freshwater systems through global research, education, and watershed restoration to help businesses, landowners, policymakers, and individuals make informed decisions that affect water quality and availability around the world. Stroud Water Research Center is an independent, nonadvocacy 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Stroud Water Research Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.