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Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 12:21:48 -0500
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Subject: [ELF-list] FW: job opening in env humanities
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> From: stephanie kaza <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: job opening in env humanities
University of Vermont
Environmental Program & School of Natural Resources
Faculty Opening in Environmental Studies
The Environmental Program of the University of Vermont, with the School of
Natural Resources, seeks an energetic interdisciplinary
teacher-scholar-practicioner committed to advocating, demonstrating, and
inspiring environmentally sustainable activities and ways of thinking for a
full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Environmental Studies
for Fall, 2003.
Preferred candidates will have teaching experience, training and scholarship
in environmental studies with applied perspectives in environmental thought.
Applicants should show evidence of ability to teach large and small courses
(including qualitative methods), to mentor undergraduate and graduate
research, and to establish a vigorous, funded program of scholarship.
Teaching responsibilities include sections of Environmental Studies
intermediate core courses ENVS-151 and 201; alternate year teaching of NR-2
Nature and Culture; contributions to introductory core courses (ENVS-1, 2);
and additional elective courses at the graduate and/or undergraduate level
in environmental ethics, values, and philosophy. We welcome applicants with
Global South perspectives and expertise.
Successful candidates must have a Ph.D., broad interdisciplinary experience
and skills, a knowledge of and sensitivity to the role of environmental
values, a commitment to environmental and social justice, the ability to
work collaboratively across the campus, and the desire to participate in
For more information about the Environmental Program or School of Natural
Resources, see links to faculty and senior theses on these sites. For
questions about the position, email Stephanie Kaza, Search chair at <skaza
@zoo.uvm.edu>. Application review begins Nov 11, 2002, accepting
applications through the month of November, and continuing review until
position is filled. Application should include: cover letter, curriculum
vitae, three letters of reference, and a 1-2 page statement regarding the
role of interdisciplinary approaches in resolving environmental problems.
Submit in hard copy by postal mail to:
Stephanie Kaza, Chair, Search committee
UVM Environmental Program
153 S. Prospect St.
Burlington, VT 05401
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