The ASARC program currently supports 4-5 graduate students and 1-2 post-doctoral associates in the Department of Civil Engineering.
Dr. Jamieson currently has no funding for new graduate students. The full-time field studies at Rogers Pass and Blue River will finish in April 2014.
|Until April 2014, ASARC will have two field stations: one at Rogers Pass in the Selkirk Mountains where we co-operate with Parks Canada's avalanche control program for the highway, and one in Blue River, BC between the Monashee Mountains and Cariboo Mountains where we co-operate with the heli-skiing operation.|
(updated October 2010)
MSc graduates: Three are working in avalanche forecasting and training in Canada, one is consulting on avalanche protection projects in Canada and internationally, one is a school teacher in Canada, three others are working for engineering firms in Canada, and one is a hydraulic engineer in the US.
PhD graduates: Three are working in research and academia in Canada, the US and Europe. One is doing avalanche risk analysis for transportation corridors and developments. in Europe Another is consulting on avalanche projects and forecasting.