Thank you for your interest in joining the Seybold lab!
We are is always looking for creative, hardworking and collaborative team members to join the group! Here is some information on potential opportunities that are available to you:
If you are a University of Kansas undergraduate who is interested in getting research experience, please contact me! We have potential work study and thesis research projects available for you.
We are going to begin searching for undergraduates to join our Applied Geohydrology Summer Internship program at the Kansas Geological Survey (located at the University of Kansas) in summer 2019! More information will be forthcoming, but this fully funded position is a great opportunity to gain experience in how to collect and analyze hydrological, biogeochemical, and geophysical data. If you’re interested in summer research opportunities, please contact me with a short description of why you are interested in joining the lab and your resume/CV.
Graduate students (M.S./Ph.D.): The KU application deadline for the 2020-2021 academic year has passed, but I will be searching for a M.S. student for the following year. If you are interested in working together, please feel free to email me with (1) a short description of why you are interested in joining the lab and (2) your resume/CV. In addition to posted positions, I encourage prospective lab members to seek independent sources of funding (e.g. NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program). If you’re interested in writing a graduate fellowship together, please contact me with your CV and a description of your research interests.
Postdoctoral Researcher: I don’t currently have any postdoc positions in the lab, but am open to talking with those who are interested in writing fellowships together (e.g. NSF Earth Science Research (EAR) postdoc fellowship). If you are interested in working on a fellowship application together, please email me with your CV and information about the project you are interested in developing together.