The group wished Jon Sanders a fond farewell today. We wish him luck in his new job in "sunny" Califonia. To my Bay Area colleagues – keep your eyes out for this one!
Bill Soltis, donor and eponym of the Texas A&M Soltis Center for Research and Education, has passed away. His generosity made a big impact on our research, and we are saddened by his loss.
Dr. Miller was honored to be named a Montague Scholar by the Texas A&M Center for Teaching Excellence. Read more about it in this Texas A&M College of Engineering press release.
Congrats to Jon Sanders for successfully defending his MS thesis, Fate and Transport of Polymeric Nanoparticles in Saturated Porous Media.
Congrats to undergraduate student researcher, Courtney Merket, on her graduation. We’re excited to have her return in the fall to start her M.S!
Graduate student researcher Luiza Aparecido made EOS with her postcard from the field at the Soltis Center site.
Welcome to the newest group mascot, Rowan Lucas Miller!
Texans who will make future decisions about water — legislators, policymakers and water managers — are grappling with the challenge of better understanding the complexities of water within Texas. A group of Texas A&M University researchers is undertaking that challenge through a planned initiative, the Texas Water Observatory Network. Read More
Congrats to Dr. Si Gou for successfully defending her Ph.D. dissertation, Study of Multi-Scale Plant-Groundwater Interactions, and for starting a faculty position at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China.
Dr. Miller is thrilled to announce her NSF CAREER proposal has been funded. The grant is entitled "CAREER: Science for Sustainable and Resilient Groundwater Management" and is being funded by the NSF Environmental Sustinability program. This five-year award will allow the group to futher develop its models of groundwater dependent ecosystems and create improved metrics […]