Join the lab
Undergraduate students in the Environmental Dynamics Lab participate in independent research projects. Undergraduate students interested in joining the lab are encouraged to check out funded opportunities through the WFU URECA Program. Before applying, interested students should contact Dr. Lowman.
Graduate students in the Environmental Dynamics Lab are enrolled as M.S. and Ph.D. students in the WFU Physics Department. Before applying, students should contact Dr. Lowman by email with a copy of their CV and a description of their research interests to begin a conversation. Financial support is typically available through graduate teaching assistantships from the WFU Engineering Department, and graduate research assistantships may also be available. Prospective students should also consider applying for competitive external fellowships. Please refer to the Physics Department's graduated application process.
Prospective postdoctoral researchers interested in joining the Environmental Dynamics Lab should contact Dr. Lowman by email with a copy of their CV and a description of their research interests to begin a conversation.