The Department of Geography seeks a postdoctoral fellow with expertise in coupled human and natural systems. This two-year
position will complement existing departmental strengths in quantitative global change, international development, and geospatial modeling. Research
areas could address biophysical resilience to environmental change, socioeconomic drivers of land use, and institutional adaptive capacity to climate change. Approaches
of particular interest include quantitative modeling (e.g., agent-based, integrated assessment), remote sensing, and political ecology. In
your cover letter please specify how your research approach addresses the interactive components of both human and natural systems. The
successful applicant will contribute intellectually to the Department and College by collaborating with faculty to conduct interdisciplinary research while also teaching two approximately 10 week long courses per year.
A doctoral degree in a relevant field must be completed by the start date of the fellowship. To apply please upload a cover letter, research plan (not to exceed two pages), curriculum vitae,
names and contact information for three references, and up to three reprints to http://ift.tt/1zJJd7k
March 1st, 2015. Questions should be directed to Frank Magilligan (firstname.lastname@example.org).