Penn State University, University Park, PA 16802 USA. The
Human-Environment Regional Observatory project (HERO) seeks a Research
Associate with expertise in human-environment interactions and climate.
The position's primary responsibilities will be to help HERO team
members edit a book summarizing the project, teach a writing-intensive
course on climatic variation and change during Spring 2006, and assist
with HERO research and administrative tasks. Applicants must
demonstrate skill in writing.
HERO is a collaborative effort aimed at developing infrastructure to
facilitate place-based research on human-environment interactions. The
NSF/NOAA-funded project is a collaborative effort of the Geography
departments at Penn State, Clark University, Kansas State University,
and the University of Arizona. See http://hero.geog.psu.edu for more
information on HERO.
Ph.D. in Geography or an allied field preferred, but ABD or master's
degree considered depending on experience. Salary for Ph.D. is $40,000
with full benefits. The position includes time and support for personal
research and writing. The 12-month position starts 1 January 2006.
Please send letter of interest, CV, names of three referees, and
writing samples by email to Brent Yarnal; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and
the diversity of its workforce.
Department of Geography Center for Integrated Regional Assessment
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Penn State University Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802 University Park, PA 16802
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