The School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University
is currently seeking applications for the position of Assistant Professor in
Soil and Environmental Mineralogy. The position has a focus on soil carbon
capture and sequestration.
1) Developing an externally-funded, nationally recognized research program
in soil science and novel materials for soil carbon capture and
preservation. The individual is expected to seek appropriate
interdisciplinary alliances including team research within School of
Environment and Natural Resources, and the Sustainable and Resilient Economy
program. Publication of research in refereed scientific journals is expected.
2) Teaching relevant to soil / environmental science and other academic
majors in SENR including an undergraduate course in soil / environmental
science, and graduate level courses in (i) soil / environmental mineralogy
and (ii) permanence of carbon capture in soil and the environment.
3) Faculty responsibilities include advising and mentoring undergraduate
students, including honors students, as well as assist with advising student
organizations. Advise and mentor graduate students in the Environment and
Natural Resources Graduate Program with the opportunity to also contribute
to graduate education in other related graduate degree programs at The Ohio
More information is available in the attachment.
Enquiries should be directed to:
Nicholas Basta, Search Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org