Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Environment and Public Policy
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
Internal Number: 195111720
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Environment and Public Policy **Revised**
The School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University invites applicants for a tenure-track (assistant professor) or tenured position (associate or full professor) focused on the intersection of the environment and public policy. We are especially interested in interdisciplinary approaches to environmental challenges in the global South. A scholarly focus on topics such as food, water and energy security and resilience; just transitions; knowledge coproduction; climate adaptation, biodiversity conservation or urban systems would be particularly welcome. The successful candidate will be appointed in the School with a possible joint appointment with another academic department. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, a teaching statement including a description of one potential undergraduate or graduate course, and a 2-3 page statement summarizing research accomplishments and future plans. Please provide contact information for three references. No letters of recommendation are required until the interview stage. Screening will begin on October 21, 2022.This position is subject to the University's background check policy. We at the School of Public and International Affairs believe that it is vital to cultivate an environment that embraces and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion - fundamental to the success of our education and research mission. This commitment to diversity informs our efforts in recruitment and hiring as we actively seek colleagues of exceptional ability who represent a broad range of viewpoints, experiences and value systems, and who share Princeton University's dedication to excellence.
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