Assistant Professor of Physical Hydrology in the School of Environment and Natural Resources. The successful candidate will develop a nationally recognized research program with an emphasis on the interactions between hydrology and channel structure in managed systems. This scientist will integrate field observations/ measurements and remote sensing with advanced techniques in numerical modeling to understand ecohydrologic and hydrologic processes from the reach to basin scales. Research area of particular interest include: (a) impacts on human activity on hydrologic processes in working landscapes, (b) linkages between channel (including ditches and other artificial channels) and upland hydrologic processes, or (c) interdisciplinary approaches to the study of coupled human & natural systems. The candidate should be able to link physical hydrology to ecosystem function in ways that enhance management of water resources and agroecosystems in the region.
Qualifications (required & desired)
Ph.D. with a strong academic background in physical hydrology. This position is designed to integrate and expand existing research strengths at the Wooster Campus and with SENR’s Aquatic Science faculty. The ability to work with environmental social scientists is critical. Postdoctoral experience and previous involvement with state and federal agencies within the US or internationally are strongly encouraged. Demonstrated teaching scholarship and experience in mentoring members of underrepresented groups preferred.
Applications will be reviewed starting November 6, 2017, and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.
Cover letter (1-2pp); CV; statements of research interests
(1-2pp), teaching philosophy (1 page), multicultural experience and
commitment to diversity/inclusion (1 page); and a list of four
professional references with contact information. Submit materials
as a consolidated pdf to: Dr. Douglas Jackson-Smith and Dr. Mazeika
Sullivan, email address:
To view the complete job description and to apply online please visit: https://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/81730
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