|From||"Brierley, Chris" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Thu, 16 Jan 2020 13:46:44 +0000|
The Department of Geography at UCL invites applications for the position of Lecturer/Associate Professor in Physical Geography. This is a new position, which is being established as part of an expansion of research and teaching on the Climate Change and Anthropocene in the Department, and across the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences more broadly. The job advert is at https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BXJ539/lecturer-associate-professor-in-physical-geography, and the closing date is 2 Feb 2020.
The Department encourages applications from scientists who have expertise in climate or environmental change, and their impacts in the Anthropocene. Applicants will require a PhD in a relevant discipline and will be evaluated particularly on the originality, quality and significance of their research and its alignment with Departmental interests. They must also demonstrate an aptitude for teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels. The Department encourages applicants who have a track record of engagement with environmental policy and the general public.
The post is being advertised in conjunction with an additional Lectureship/Associate Professorship in Environment, Politics and Society, and we particularly welcome applicants for this position who have interest in interdisciplinary collaboration with researchers in the social sciences and humanities. Both posts are intended to directly support our Masters programmes in Climate Change, Environmental Modelling and Environment, and Politics and Society.
Informal questions about the post and the Department may be directed to either Prof Andrew Barry (Head of Department, firstname.lastname@example.org) or myself,
Dr C. M. Brierley,
Associate Professor in Climate Science,
UCL Dept. of Geography, University College London,
Please consider submitting to UCL Press’ new journal UCL Open: Environment, of which I’m on the Editorial Board.
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