Natural Resources & Environmental Management is hiring in Environmental Social Sciences

  • 14 February 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Know someone doing good work in environmental social sciences? The Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Management has posted an advertisement for a tenure-track assistant professor in the field. This is a 9-month tenure track position.

Candidates from diverse social science fields, including anthropology, behavioral economics, education, human geography, psychology, or sociology, who apply qualitative, quantitative and/or mixed methods are invited to apply. The search committee is looking for someone who applies social science theory, concepts, and empirical findings to understand and solve real-world problems related to environment-human interactions. Ideal candidates will show dedication to teaching, advising, mentoring, and service to the community.

NREM integrates natural and social science disciplines to solve applied problems and work toward sustainability and resiliency. Through this hire, the department is hoping to deepen its strengths in the environmental social sciences to address urgent natural resource and environmental management issues facing Hawai‘i and the Pacific region.

Interested individuals are invited to apply by March 2. The position number is 82336. You’ll need to include a cover letter, CV, teaching statement, research statement, and transcripts of undergraduate and graduate degrees, along with contact information for three references. For more info, contact Dr. Tomoaki Miura at tomoakim@hawaii.edu, using the subject line Environmental Social Scientist Search.