Georgia State University is hiring across ranks and fields, including environmental.
The University of Delaware (UD) invites applications for a full-time, instruction-focused faculty position within the School of Marine Science and Policy (SMSP) at its Newark campus. This 9-month Continuing Track position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level with an anticipated start date of August 2024. SMSP offers a Bachelor of Science and a Minor in Marine Science, a Professional Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Management, Master of Marine Policy, Master of Science and PhD degrees in Environmental Economics and Marine Studies, and a PhD in Oceanography.
The Economics Department at UConn is recruiting for a new assistant professor position in the area of AI/ML for understanding and addressing climate change and natural disasters (see details below). This is part of a 5-department cluster hire, although the position is entirely within economics. Please encourage anyone who is working at this interface and might be interested to apply.
The Division of Marine Science and Conservation invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant-Professor level in Coastal/Marine Climate Change (CMCC). We seek applicants with expertise in social sciences, natural sciences, and/or engineering and with interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary interests. All aspects of CMCC will be considered, including—but not limited to—processes, impacts, resilience, adaptation, solutions. We also welcome expertise in research approaches (e.g., theoretical, computational, field, laboratory, etc.) and skills (e.g., geospatial analysis, machine learning, data analytics, modeling, etc.) that can be delivered across degree programs in the Nicholas School to advance career goals of an increasingly diverse student body.
The Department of Economics invites applications for a tenure-track position in the field of environmental, ecological, or resource economics at the Assistant Professor rank. This is a tenure track appointment in the Department of Economics, with a shared appointment in Environmental & Sustainability Studies (ENVST).