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Research Fellowships

Research and Technology Transfer on Groundwater Quality and Remediation

EPA Office of Research and Development

EPA National Science Foundation Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) & Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Opportunities

Opportunity Title:

Research and Technology Transfer on Groundwater Quality and Remediation  

Research Area:


EPA Lab/Center/Office:

Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response (CESER)


Ada, OK


3 - 12 months

Brief Summary:

Opportunities to work with a team of scientists at the EPA ORD Division focused on groundwater quality and contaminated groundwater remediation. 

Opportunity Description:

Multiple opportunities for research and technology transfer on groundwater quality, remediation of superfund sites, and nutrient cycling.  Opportunities can be tailored to fit the intern’s interests and background.  Examples include: 1) indirect wastewater discharge to floodplains and wetlands; 2) use of decision support systems to improve agricultural water quality; 3) testing of innovative technologies for groundwater remediation; 4) nanomaterials fate and transport in the environment; 5) contaminants of emerging concern in groundwater; 6) green infrastructure and groundwater quality.  

Opportunities for Professional Development:

Cooperation with regional and state universities.  Interactions with EPA Regions and Offices on application of research and technology transfer.  Active seminar series.  

Point of Contact or Mentor:

Ann Keeley (