Students interested in completing a graduate program under the supervision of a CEOS researcher should contact them directly. Summaries of research interests can be found on the faculty pages.
We are seeking a highly motivated Master's student with exceptional academic standing and practical lab experience to conduct zooarchaeological analyses on faunal collections from Dorset and Thule Inuit sites located on Southampton Island, NU.
We are seeking a motivated student for a M.Sc. thesis project starting January 2018 to study physical and biological processes controlling primary production in a dynamic region of the Canadian Arctic.
We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher with strong academic experience in hydrologic modeling and statistical analyses to examine the impacts of regulation and climate change on freshwater inputs to Hudson Bay.
The University of Manitoba invites applications for an NSERC Industrial Research Chair (IRC, Associate Level) in Northern oil spill research - a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
The University of Manitoba invites applications for a Canada Research Chair (CRC, Tier 1) in marine oil spill science - a tenure-track or tenured appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor.
We are seeking a highly motivated Masters or Doctoral candidate with strong academic experience in engineering and/or environmental engineering and/or organic chemistry to test and develop techniques for remediation of oil spills (crude oils, fuel oils) in cold waters where sea ice may be present.
We are seeking highly motivated graduate students (Ph.D. or M.Sc.) with exceptional academic standing to examine freezing-temperature chemical ("cryoreactions") and biogeochemical processes of contaminants (e.g., mercury, oil) and carbon across the Arctic sea ice environment.
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PDF) (up to a four-year term) with exceptional academic standing to study how sea ice dynamic and thermodynamic processes create microbial habitats and whether resident microbial communities can catalyze natural attenuation or nutrient-stimulated bioremediation in the event of an oil spill in ice-infested waters.