Application deadline: March 28, 2014
The Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) is a non-profit university consortium funded by the US National Science Foundation to advance water research. CUAHSI develops and operates services and activities that engage and serve the university water science community (faculty, scientists, and students) in their research, outreach, and education efforts. CUAHSI is also a membership organization composed of 135 university members and affiliate members from 47 states and 6 countries.
We are seeking a motivated, outgoing, and professional person to join our team. As CUAHSI’s Training Coordinator you would be responsible for organizing training courses for the hydrologic science community across the country, producing education and outreach (E/O) services around the Water Data Center, engaging our membership, and assisting with CUAHSI events. This position is slated to be filled in early to mid-April.
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Application deadline: April 30, 2014
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Furman University, a private liberal arts undergraduate institution, invites applications for a one-year position at the Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor level beginning in August 2014. Candidates should have a PhD or be ABD in Sustainability Science or a related field with a sustainability science focus and should be a dynamic and engaging individual with a desire to teach at the undergraduate level. Applicants should have demonstrated teaching and research expertise focusing on the interactions and feedbacks between environmental and social or human systems related to problems of sustainability. Teaching responsibilities consist of four courses with labs, including SUS 120 Principles of Sustainability Science and SUS 241 Social Systems, with the potential opportunity to teach an upper level course in the candidate’s specialty. The successful candidate will also be expected to interact with the Shi Center for Sustainability and become an affiliate faculty member of the Center.
Those candidates with skills in environmental justice, and/or Native American and Indigenous studies are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates with interdisciplinary experience in two or more of the following areas will be given the highest consideration; environmental literature and ecocriticism; eco-film and media studies; eco-aesthetics and design; eco-philosophy; eco-psychology; and digital humanities. Training and supervision of teaching assistants, supervising research/internships and academic advising experience. Curricular development, relevant research experience and publication record will also be evaluated.