Student Research Opportunities

MES opportunity - Large-scale hydrological modelling

Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a master's candidate with relevant experience to help carry out a large-scale hydrological modelling project using the MEC-MESH hydrological model. The project focuses on the Peace-Athabasca-Slave river catchment and will support local communities concerned with management of the water environment. View the full posting here.

MES opportunity - Hydraulic modeeling of the Peace and Slave rivers

Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, SENS faculty and Global Institute for Water Security member, is seeking a master's candidate with relevant experience to help carry out hydraulic modelling of the Peace and Slave rivers. View the full posting here.

MES opportunity - Management of economic risk of on-farm surface water retention systems

Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a Masters candidate to work on a research project examining how surface water retention systems can be designed and managed to improve crop profitability and if they can provide an adaptive/competitive advantage in a changing climate. For details, view the job posting.

Research associate - Sustainability Education Research Institute

This position is in the College of Education and SENS and is open to those with a PhD/masters or someone who is currently enrolled in such programs. Full details are posted here.

Sustainability Science in the Delta Dialogue Network, SENS - master's opportunity

SENS is seeking up to two Master in Environment and Sustainability (MES) candidates with interest and/or experience in sustainability sciences to support research in understanding the link between knowledge co-production and mobilization as it pertains to water flow regimes in Northern inland Delta communities in Canada. The Delta DIaLOGUE (Distributing Indigenous and Local Observations for Governing Uncertain Environments) Network (DDN) is well supported by the U of S and partner institutions. 

For more information, please view the posting or contact Lori Bradford.

Development of Bayesian-Belief Networks for large river deltas, Toxicology Centre - postdoctoral opportunity

The postdoc will work as part of inter-disciplinary teams that bring together expertise in hydrology, toxicology, ecology, socio-economics and policy sciences to work with communities towards understanding long-term changes in these deltas.

For more information, please view the posting or contact Tim Jardine.

Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN), College of Education - postdoctoral opportunity

SEPN is a large-scale research project on environmental sustainability education policy and practice in Canada (EC-12 and post-secondary). SEPN is housed by the Sustainability Education Research Institute (SERI), a research centre with the overarching goal to further research and action on land, place, environment, and sustainability in relation to educational research, policy, and practice. 

For more information, please view the posting.

Graduate Students

PhD student - Winter Limnology
For more information, please contact Helen Baulch.

Master's and PhD - Sustainability and Education Policy Network
Successful applicants will need to meet the admission requirements and be admitted to a graduate program at the University of Saskatchewan, as well as fulfill all program requirements upon entry. For more information, please contact Nicola Chopin.