Are you a UF graduate faculty interested in Water?

The UF academic cluster for graduate studies in Hydrologic Sciences  
(HSAC) is a unique interdisciplinary program designed to broaden the  
skills of science and engineering students who are interested in all  
aspects of water; i.e., occurrence and quantity, distribution,  
circulation, quality, and management/policy. The academic cluster in  
Hydrologic Sciences emphasizes broad and rigorous training in a wide  
range of areas of expertise. The program requirements were developed  
in recognition of the diversity in academic backgrounds and the  
professional goals of the students. Thus, flexibility in selection of  
courses is an essential feature of the program, allowing students to  
develop individualized academic plans of study in order to meet the  
overall goals and objectives of the Hydrologic Sciences cluster and  
those of their own degree programs. Typically, the student integrates  
the selected courses into the plan of study for their degree program  
so no extra course work is required for the degree.  After completions  
of the requirements, the Hydrologic Sciences Academic Cluster is  
designated on the student's transcripts and the diploma.

As a graduate faculty, HSAC offers you the opportunity to structure  
your graduate students' plan of work around up to 6 main topics and a  
wide selection of courses taught regularly across campus. In addition,  
to increase exposure of your own graduate courses, please consider  
submitting your own water-related graduate level course to the list of  
HSAC approved courses. UF faculty with interest in the different  
aspects of the hydrological sciences are most welcome to join our  
active HSAC faculty!

More information?

Please see attached flyer for details and also visit 
  or the UF Water Institute offices at Weil Hall Room 570 (e-mail: [log in to unmask] 
; phone: 352.392.5893)