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Job Opportunity: Colorado College
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science

Colorado College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in our interdisciplinary Environmental Program, to begin Fall 2014. Seeking a broadly-trained environmental scientist enthusiastic about working in a liberal arts college setting and taking advantage of the experiential learning opportunities offered by Colorado College’s unique block plan. Candidates who contribute to that goal, including women and minorities, are particularly encouraged to apply, and to identify relevant strengths or experiences. The ideal candidate will teach introduction to global climate change, along with interdisciplinary courses on energy and thermodynamics, environmental biogeochemistry, and an advanced offering in the candidate’s specialty. Collaborative research with undergraduate students is highly valued. A PhD related to environmental science is expected by the time of appointment.

Application Deadline: December 15, 2013. More information.

Job Opportunity: Ithaca College
Environmental Humanities

Ithaca College invites applications for two renewable, non-tenure eligible Assistant Professor positions in Environmental Studies to begin Fall 2014. For the first position, candidates sought whose work addresses environmental issues from a social science perspective and specializes in one of the following: the culture of sustainable agriculture and food systems, environmental justice, community organizing, or sustainable planning/design. The second position focuses on those whose work addresses humanistic perspectives on the human place in the natural world and someone who will empower our students as change agents by helping them learn the ways values, aesthetics, and moral imagination shape human-environment interactions.

Qualifications: Ph.D. preferred, advanced ABD considered. Preference will be given to candidates with interdisciplinary training and teaching experience, and whose contributions to the department would complement those of the core faculty. More information.

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