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Dr. Spearing’s lab uses a sociotechnical systems lens to improve infrastructure systems management, creating more sustainable, resilient, and equitable service for communities. Prospective students will work on projects that aim to understand infrastructure operations during uncertain contexts (e.g., disasters) and to improve the level of water services received by end-users (e.g., replacing lead pipelines, water access in underserved communities).

​If interested in working in the Spearing Lab, please send your CV and a cover letter stating your interest in the position and relevant experience as a single PDF to