The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan is seeking applicants for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor in Sustainable Systems. We seek a scholar with demonstrated excellence in research and teaching in the sustainable systems field.
We are seeking one postdoctoral researcher to join our interdisciplinary working group charged with developing synthesis and forecasting work of forests vulnerability and resilience to global change impacts. Within the University of Michigan, we have developed a multi-disciplinary group (see list of PIs below) modeled on those organized by NCEAS (National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis) and SESYNC (National Socio- Environmental Synthesis Center). The postdoctoral researcher together with other members of the working group will be in charge of leading brainstorming sessions aimed at identifying synthesis work and of coordinating, and leading, analyses across subgroups.
The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan seeks applicants for a full-time tenured or tenure-track position to contribute to the Landscape Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture Program and SEAS Doctoral Programs. A professional degree in Landscape Architecture or related design field is required. At least one of the following is also required: a doctoral degree, a record of significant scholarly accomplishment, or a record of award-winning professional work that exemplifies design as research.
The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan seeks applicants for a Professor of Practice to contribute to the Landscape Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture Program and SEAS Doctoral Programs. A distinguished record of professional practice that exemplifies application of ecological design in landscape architecture is required. A professional degree in Landscape Architecture or related design field also is required. Rank will be commensurate with experience.
The Forest Use, Energy and Livelihoods (FUEL) Lab at the University Michigan/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announces one postdoctoral research opportunity, beginning January 2020 for work on an interdisciplinary team focusing on energy access and human well-being in low and middle-income countries.
The University of Michigan invites nominations and applications for the Director of the new Institute for Global Change Biology (IGCB). This is an exceptional opportunity to lead global change research across the University of Michigan campus. The IGCB was created as part of the University President’s Biosciences Initiative, funded at $150 million to develop new institutes and programs across the University of Michigan campus. New faculty hires are designed to strengthen research and education through strategic leadership, coordination and the development of new and exciting research opp