Selected Topics – Sustainability in Action (ENV-0195-2) is designed to give students a broad exposure to all aspects of sustainability with an emphasis on the wide variety of careers available in the field.
Here are the highlights:
- Wednesday evenings from 6:00 – 9:00 (may end early some nights!)
- Counts towards an Environmental Studies major or minor.
- Open to all students, from freshmen to graduate students.
- Format will feature an academic orientation on weekly topics followed by speakers / panels from “the real world” working in these fields. Not a lecture class but rather a discussion class!
- Class projects will be opportunities for job shadowing, informational interviews, and blogging.
If you would like more information please contact Eric Van Vlandren at Eric.Van_Vlandren@tufts.edu.
Did you grow up or attend high school on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or Nantucket? If yes, there are three $2,500 scholarships that will be awarded by the Friends of Chatham Waterways to graduate students or undergraduates (in their third or fourth years) who are majoring in environmental studies, environmental management, or a related field.
|Application Deadline: March 15, 2016
|Contact Dr. William Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application
The Department of Environmental Studies at Amherst College invites applications for a visiting position at the assistant professor level in the area of environmental policy. This is a two-year position, beginning in July 2016, with the possibility of renewal for a third year. Within the last decade, Amherst College has profoundly transformed its student body in terms of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and nationality, among other areas. Today, nearly one-quarter of Amherst’s students are Pell Grant recipients; 43 percent of our students are domestic students of color. Our expectation is that the successful candidate will excel at teaching and mentoring students who are broadly diverse with regard to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender nationality, sexual orientation and religion.
The successful candidate will teach two courses per semester in his or her area of specialization (environmental policy, environmental law) and occasionally participate in a team-taught introductory course in environmental studies. Teaching in domestic and international policy is especially desired. A Ph.D. is required.
|Application Deadline: Reviewing begins December 1st, 2015 (position open until filled)
Earlham College invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2016. This is a new position that will be located in a reconfigured program that is the result of the merger of existing majors in Environmental Science and Environmental Studies. Studying the environment at Earlham is intentionally collaborative and multidisciplinary, designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for engagement with both current and future environmental problems and problem solving. New institutional support for this program, alongside the recent development of a significant college-wide interdisciplinary effort in Global Leadership that includes a focus on sustainability, makes this an exciting time to be teaching about the environment at Earlham.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
The faculty member occupying this position will be asked to teach courses supporting this new program, including: introduction courses in both environmental science and environmental studies; the senior capstone experience; and, an interdisciplinary and team-taught environmental problem-solving course.
The faculty member will also be asked to contribute at least one course in a natural science major, plus additional upper level environmental science courses. Research plans that include undergraduates are highly desirable.