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Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Structural Engineering, Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, CA)

The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering at Santa Clara University (SCU), a Jesuit Catholic University located in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley, seeks a structural engineering tenure-track faculty member at the assistant professor level to begin in Fall 2021.  Within the field of Structural Engineering, the position requires someone with expertise in structural modeling of conventional and innovative materials, and earthquake engineering. SCU and the Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering Department are committed to social justice, equality, diversity, and inclusion of all people. We seek candidates whose research, teaching, and service aspirations align with our commitment to these ideals; whose professional or life experiences will enrich the department, School, University, and society; and who will serve as a strong role model and advocate for a diverse student population.

Environmental Studies and Sciences Adjunct Faculty, Adelphi University (Garden City, NY)

The Environmental Studies and Sciences program at Adelphi University invites applications for a part-time instructor for graduate-level courses beginning January 2021. We seek applicants who have completed or are working toward a Ph.D. in physics, engineering, environmental studies or an equivalent field with relevant teaching, research or industry expertise to teach graduate and undergraduate students in green energy or sustainability.

President, Valencia College (Orlando, FL)

Valencia College is currently in a national search for their fifth president. In addition to having experience in administrating higher education institutions, candidates are also expected to be dedicated to improving sustainability efforts. Apply no later than October 22nd.

Campus Leaders Program, Citizens’ Climate Lobby (Remote)

The purpose of the Campus Leaders Program is to empower students to become effective climate advocates and organizers in their communities. With support from CCL staff and regional fellows, Campus Leaders learn climate advocacy skills, educate others about climate solutions, and build political will for carbon pricing.

Students in the program join one of two tracks: The regular track for students who are new to CCL and the accelerated track for those who have experience with CCL. Students in the regular track spend a semester learning about CCL, advocacy methods, and organizing. Students who do the regular track can apply for one credit from their school for completing the program. They are automatically enrolled in the accelerated track following successful completion of the program.

Learn more and apply here.

Virtual Esri Conference (Free!) 7/13-7/15

Tufts students, faculty, and staff – this year, ESRI’s virtual GIS Users Conference (July 13-July 15) is FREE to Tufts affiliates. This is a great opportunity to enhance your GIS, data analysis, and cartography skills!

Learn how to register here.

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