Assistant or Associate Professor (Environmental and Aquatic Restoration and Sustainability Cluster Hire; multiple positions)

published Nov 2, 2022 10:32am

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies (Brooks) at Grand Valley State University are hiring at least five tenure track faculty with expertise related to Environmental Sciences, Aquatic Restoration, Environmental Studies, and Sustainability to start August 6, 2023. CLAS invites a broad range of applications from all subdisciplines of Environmental Science and Aquatic Science and related fields.

The Biology Department invites applicants with expertise in any area of Environmental Science or Aquatic Biology. Of particular interest are applicants that use data analytics and/or modeling to address environmental issues.

The R. B. Annis Water Resources Institute (AWRI) and the Department of Chemistry invite applicants with expertise in Analytical Chemistry to lead the AWRI Environmental Chemistry lab. This supervisory responsibility comes with a reduced teaching load. Of particular interest are applicants with expertise in aquatic chemistry, toxicology, or green chemistry.

The Geology Department invites applicants with expertise in areas related to Environmental and Earth Surface Materials and Systems. Of particular interest are applicants who can engage students in instrumental or modeling experiences.

A fourth position is open to applicants from any field whose work applies to the cluster's focus on Environmental Science and Aquatic Restoration and Sustainability.

For additional details and how to apply, please consult the CLAS Cluster Hire in Environmental and Aquatic Restoration and Sustainability webpage.

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