The Council’s fisheries economist will work closely with other staff and Council committees to develop analysis and advice in support of Council decision making. He/she/they will report to the Deputy Director.
Georgia State University is hiring across ranks and fields, including environmental.
The Chair will understand how applied, interdisciplinary scholarship can help address increasingly interconnected, complex problems facing communities of place. They will foster a collaborative, cohesive, innovative culture that helps our department thrive. To do this, it is important that our new Chair will respect, converse across, and lead faculty and students from different social science disciplines and research paradigms as one cohesive unit.
Submit books and long-form journalism for the Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics by Jan. 31
The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont (UVM) seeks exceptional PhD applicants to start Fall 2024 and conduct interdisciplinary research on global environmental challenges. Applications are due January 15, 2024.
The University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service graduate program in Policy, Planning and Management invites applications for The AVANGRID David Flanagan Endowed Professorship in Public Policy, beginning August 26, 2024.
Postdoctoral associate position available in natural resource economics at the Yale School of the Environment – Scaling up measurement of natural capital and developing uses of natural capital accounts.
Join USSEE Friday November 10 2PM Eastern for our next webinar. Tommaso Luzzati will discuss “Economy vs. Nature: An Unsolvable Conflict?” as part of USSEE’s regular seminar series highlighting contributions to ecological economics. Luzzati is Associate Professor in Economics at University of PIsa.
The postdoctoral scholar will build on lesson’s learned from previously published data while incorporating novel developments based on the applicant’s creativity and scholarship. For all assessments, the postdoctoral scholar will be responsible for leveraging interdisciplinary methods to calculate, map, and scale economic, ecological, and agricultural benefits (and costs) across the state of California (following methods from previous Project Team studies).
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.