Welcome to sabbatical visitor Greg Hancock who is working with us for the summer and fall semester
PhD student John Mallard awarded a NSF Wireless Intelligent Sensor Networks (WISeNet) IGERT Fellowship at Duke University!
Post-doc Christa Kelleher awarded a 2013 Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing for Water Resources Research!
PhD student Fabian Nippgen awarded the 2013-2014 American Geophysical Union Horton Hydrology PhD Grant/Award
"Risk posed by China mountain removal" BBC article includes comments from the McGlynn Lab
Audio Interview with Emily Bernhardt on BBC
Radio 4's Inside Science program "Moving Mountains
The original BBC article comments were picked up and extended by:
- "China Flattens Hundreds of Mountains for New Cities" Discovery article
- "China To Flatten Hundreds Of Mountains To Expand Cities But At Great Cost To Environment" International Business Times article
- "Risk posed by China mountain removal" National Headlines article
- "Moving mountains wrecking havoc on environment in China" article by Digital Journal
- "China flattens mountains for suburban development" United Press International article
- "China Flattens Mountains for Expansion; Environmental Concerns Grow" Accuweather News article
Tyler Smith (former PhD) starts new faculty position at Carkson University
PhD students Tim Covino, Randy Mullen, Tyler Smith successfully defend their dissertations!
MS students John Mallard, Leslie Jones, and Dustin Anderson successfully defend their theses!
Graduating lab PhD student Tim Covino awarded a 2 year NSF post-doc Fellowship associated with Duke University!
Recent lab undergraduate Kendra Kaiser awarded a 3 year NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program PhD Award at Duke University!
Graduating MS student Leslie Jones awarded a 3 year NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program PhD Award at the University of Montana!
Leslie Piper wins 1st prize in the "Water and the Environment" student presentation category at the EPSCoR National Conference
Five Watershed Hydrology Lab students earn presentation awards from the MT American Water Resources Association! Covino, Nippgen, Mallard, Piper, and Stoy.
Kendra Kaiser (as an undergraduate) wins an Outstanding Student Poster Award from the European Geophysical Union in 2011 for her work focused on the ecohydrology of Mt Pine Beetle disturbance. As an undergraduate!
The NSF sponsored COSMOS project (Cosmic ray Soil Moisture Observing System) installs a sensor at our TCEF EC tower and reports real-time values
The Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) awarded the 2011 Education and Public Service Award to our Modular Curriculum for Hydrologic Advancement (MOCHA) Project!
MS student John Mallard wins a 2011 Outstanding Student Presentation Award from the American Geophysical Union!
Recent PhD graduate and current post-docKelsey Jencso wins his 3rd Outstanding Student Presentation Award (2011) from the American Geophysical Union!
2011 Vienna Catchment Science Symposium. Speakers: Bill Dietrich, Brian McGlynn, George Kuczera, and Ciarin Harman
2011 Hydrologic Sciences Symposium at CU-Boulder: John Wilson from New Mexico Tech and Brian McGlynn Montana State University were the keynote speakers