Employer: The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
Location: New Haven, CT
Application deadline: February 21, 2020
Applicants should have a growing record of research accomplishments based in the social sciences but with an interdisciplinary approach that bridges to the biophysical sciences. Areas of research, approached by grounded, field-based methods, could include the following areas of interest: urban forestry, forest-related issues of equity and justice, wildland-urban interfaces, conservation and development of forest resources, community forest management, human-natural resource interactions, social values around forests, and/or multi-species ethnography.
Teach and mentor students primarily at the PhD and Masters levels, as well as to develop an internationally-recognized research program that involves graduate students. The successful candidate will contribute to the leadership of the Masters of Forestry professional degree (https://environment.yale.edu/academics/degrees/mf) offered by the School, and may contribute to the undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies.
For more information after reading the full position description, please contact Associate Dean Danielle at Dailey email@example.com.