Ruth Wilson Gilmore profiled in the NYT Magazine

Ruthie Gilmore
The New York Times Magazine just published a major profile of our very own Dr. Ruth Wilson Gilmore!  It is a terrific article highlighting Ruthie’s long and highly influential work in prison abolition.  Make sure you check it out:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/17/magazine/prison-abolition-ruth-wilson-gilmore.html.  Congratulations, Ruthie!!

Faculty Spotlight on David Lindo Atichati

 

Originally from Barcelona, Spain, he became enraptured with the ocean when he spent the weekends of his childhood running with his dad on the Mediterranean shores. He frequently wondered why the ocean moved the way it does.

 

He received a Ph.D. in Oceanography from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in 2012, after having completed doctoral courses and all the research for his doctoral dissertation at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami, from 2009 to 2012. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Miami and received a postdoctoral award at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in 2015. He was hired as tenure track assistant professor at the Department of Engineering and Environmental Sciences of the College of Staten Island in fall 2015, and joined the doctoral faculty of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the Graduate Center in 2016. He is also a Guest Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Research Associate at the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences of the American Museum of Natural History. 

 

His intellectual contributions to the field include generatingcomputational tools to detect and track ocean eddies, and to understand how they affect the distribution of larval-fish ecosystems and marine contaminants in the ocean. The results of his research have been published in journals such as Ocean Modeling, Environmental Science and Technology, and Deep-Sea Research. His last findings quantify the variability of eddies in the North Pacific and the consequences for larval fish connectivity in Hawaii; model the dispersal of organic contaminants in estuaries that support aquaculture; and predict the fate and transport of plumes of hydrocarbons in the Gulf of Mexico. Some of these results were featured in AAAS News. His most recent noteworthy publications are:

 

2019 Lindo-Atichati, D, P Montero, R Rodil, J Benito Quintana, M Miro; Modeling dispersal of UV filters in estuaries. Environmental Science & Technology.  

2019 Seijo-Ellis G,D Lindo-Atichati D, Salmun H; Vertical Structure of the Water Column at the Virgin Islands Shelf Breack and Trough. Journal of Marine Sciences and Engineering. 7, 74. 

2018 Hu, A.M, and D. Lindo-Atichati,: Experimental equations of seawater salinity and desalination capacity to assess seawater irrigation. Science of the Total Environment.  
2017 Lindo-Atichati, D., M. Curcic, C. B. Paris, and P. M. Buston, 2016: Description of surface transport in the region of the Belizean Barrier Reef based on observations and alternative high-resolution models. Ocean Modelling, 106, 74-89.  

(DDoctoral Student, M Masters Student)

 

 

Lindo-Atichati is a passionate professor who received the 2016 Award of Excellence in Scholarship and Teaching at CUNY. He frequently engages in outreach initiatives both at CUNY and at the American Museum of Natural History. For example, he was one of the stakeholders of the hackathon ‘Hack the Ocean’ (2018) and the hackathon ‘Hack the Solar System’ (2019), in which more than 100 computer scientists spent 24 hours at the museum solving computational challenges related to fluid dynamics. Also at the museum, he is the mentor scientist of the Helen Fellows, a program that consists of a one-year residency addressed to post-baccalaureate women in Earth Sciences to be immersed in computational scientific research at the American Museum of Natural History.

 

He enjoys teaching and regularly co-teaches the doctoral course Earth Systems I at the Graduate Center. In spring 2019, he has been selected through a competition open to all CUNY faculty to co-teach a new Graduate Center course titled Climate Change and Discursive Frames with Prof. José del Valle from the Department of Latin American, Iberian and Latino Cultures. The aim of that course is to examine how the knowledge contained in scientific literature on climate change is discursively framed, how it becomes reframed as it travels to the social spaces where public opinion is negotiated, and how those linguistic and textual strategies shape and are shaped by the specific geopolitical and social positions of the different stake-holders. That course is generating a new teaching and learning space for interdisciplinary encounters between the environmental and social sciences, blurring the boundaries between both disciplines, and enabling the emergence of a new transdisciplinary area.

 

 

Department of Environmental Studies at New York University is searching for 3 Recitation Leaders for Environmental Systems Science

Fall 2019 – ENVST-UA 100 Environmental Systems Science

The Department of Environmental Studies at New York University is searching for 3 Recitation Leaders for Environmental Systems Science (ENVST-UA 100) in Fall 2019:

Course Description

A comprehensive survey of critical issues in environmental systems science, focusing on: human population; the global chemical cycles; ecosystems and biodiversity; endangered species and wildlife; nature preserves; energy flows in nature; agriculture and the environment; energy systems from fossil fuels to renewable forms; Earth’s waters; Earth’s atmosphere; carbon dioxide and global warming; urban environments; wastes; and paths to a sustainable future. This course is a gateway to the Environmental Studies major and minor, and one of its core courses. It will cover a very significant amount of demanding material, in order to prepare students for upper-level courses. This course will be challenging, and students should expect a steep learning curve. Teaching Assistants will be available to help students along the way.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree, Ph.D. degree, or a current Masters or Ph.D. student in natural science, or environmental science or engineering
  • Coursework and/or experience in environmental sciences

Job Responsibilities

  • Attend all lectures (Monday, Wednesday; 11:00 am-12: 15 pm)
  • Lead 2 recitation sections once per week (approximately 20 students per section), recitation assignment to be determined by the program.
  • Recitation times for Fall 2019 are:

ENVST-UA 100.002 / 8284 / 9:30am-10:45am T

ENVST-UA 100.003 / 8285 / 8:00am-9:15am T

ENVST-UA 100.004 / 8286 / 2:00pm-3:15pm T

ENVST-UA 100.005 / 8287 / 8:00am-9:15am W

ENVST-UA 100.006 / 8288 / 3:30pm-4:45pm W

ENVST-UA 100.007 / 9709 / 9:30am-10:45am R

  • Grading
  • Hold regular office hours

Please send a current CV to Professor Andrew Bell at ab6176@nyu.edu with the subject line “ENVST-UA Fall 2019 Recitation Leader Application.”  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled. Deadline to submit the application will be on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at 5 pm.

The Deana and Paul Strunk Military Veterans Scholarship Program of AAPG

The Deana and Paul Strunk Military Veterans Scholarship Program supports education and career opportunities for veterans, aids in the transition of veterans to educational and civilian technical professions, and promotes geoscience programs in higher education institutions.

Applications Taken February 15th – May 1st

The Foundation awards scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $4,000 to cover the cost of attending a four-year accredited college or university. Scholarships are available to both active U.S. Military service members (including National Guard and Reserve) and veteran members who have been honorably discharged and are entering or reentering a post-secondary undergraduate program in a field of geoscience full-time or part-time.

 

Postdoctoral Fellow in Transnational Asian Studies @RiceUniversity

Jain Studies

Postdoctoral Fellow in Transnational Asian Studies

Institution:
Location:
Houston, TX
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Department: Chao Center for Asian Studies

Full Time/Part Time: Full-Time

Position SummaryThe Chao Center for Asian Studies (CCAS) at Rice University in Houston, Texas is currently accepting applications for the Annette and Hugh Gragg postdoctoral research fellowship in Transnational Asian Studies to begin July 1, 2019. By “transnational,” we mean an approach that devotes particular attention to the movement of peoples, products, ideas, technologies, etc. across established borders and boundaries. The search is open to geographical/conceptual areas of transnational Asia, including Asian diaspora, and to a broad historical time of research.

The annual stipend is $50,000, with an additional $5,000 for research and travel expenses and a one-time relocation allowance of $3,000. This is a one-year position renewable once for a second year, and we intend to appoint two fellows in this position.

This position has no application deadline and will remain open until filled.

Education Required: PhD or other Doctoral Degree

Major/DisciplineApplicants must have a Ph.D. degree in hand by the time of appointment in one of the following fields: anthropology, Asian American studies, Asian studies, global health studies, history, religion, science and technology studies, sociology, or women’s/gender/sexuality studies.

Experience Required: 6 months

Special Instructions to ApplicantsAdditional explanation regarding three of the required documents:

  • Writing sample: If the writing sample is available online, a web link can be submitted instead of the paper itself.
  • Research statement: This statement should address one’s research agenda and publication strategy.
  • Transcript(s): An unofficial transcript can be submitted as part of the application. Please note that an official transcript clearly indicating conferral of a PhD degree will be required before an offer is made.

There is no application deadline, and this position will remain open until filled, and letters of recommendation will be requested only for short-listed candidates.

Job Duty Name: Research
Description of Job Duty:* Participate in the Center’s Transnational Asia Research Initiative (TARI) leading to one public seminar and two publishable articles per year

Percentage of Time: 80

Job Duty Name: Teaching
Description of Job Duty:* Teach one class per year

Percentage of Time: 20

Postdoctoral Fellow in Jain Studies at Rice University

Jain Studies

Postdoctoral Fellow in Jain Studies

Institution:
Location:
Houston, TX
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Department: Chao Center for Asian Studies

Full Time/Part Time: Full-Time

Requisition Number: P19077

Open Date: 03/19/2019

Benefits Eligible: Yes

Position SummaryThe Chao Center for Asian Studies (CCAS) at Rice University is currently accepting applications for the Bhagwaan Mahavir/Chao Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Jain Studies to begin July 1, 2019 (pending funding approval). The search is open to any aspects of academic research in Jainism and the Jain communities, and applicants with a focus on transnational Jainism will be given priority. By “transnational,” we mean an approach that devotes particular attention to the movement of people, products, ideas, beliefs, ethics, technologies, etc. across established borders and boundaries.

The annual stipend is $50,000, with an additional $5,000 for research and travel, and a one-time relocation allowance of $3,000 will also be provided. Renewal for the second year will be contingent upon the appointee’s performance in the first year.

There is no application deadline, and this position will remain open until filled.

Education Required: PhD or other Doctoral Degree

Major/DisciplineApplicants must have a PhD degree in hand by the time of appointment in one of the following fields: anthropology, Asian American studies, Asian studies, global health studies, history, religion, science and technology studies, sociology, or women’s/gender/sexuality studies.

Experience Required: 6 months

Type of Experience:Research experience.

Skills RequiredResearch and publication skills.

Physical DemandsTypical office environment.

Working ConditionsTypical office environment.

Security Sensitive: Yes

Special Instructions to ApplicantsAdditional explanation regarding three of the required documents:

  • Writing sample: If the writing sample is available online, a web link can be submitted instead of the paper itself.
  • Research statement: This statement should address one’s research agenda and publication strategy.
  • Transcript(s): An unofficial transcript can be submitted as part of the application. Please note that an official transcript clearly indicating conferral of a PhD degree will be required before an offer is made.

There is no application deadline, and this position will remain open until filled, and letters of recommendation will be requested only for short-listed candidates.

Job Duty Name: Research
Description of Job Duty:* Participate in the Center’s Transnational Asia Research Initiative (TARI) leading to one public seminar and two publishable articles per year

Percentage of Time: 60

Job Duty Name: Teaching
Description of Job Duty:* Teach two classes per year

Percentage of Time: 40

Coordinator & Instructor/Asst Teaching Professor, Hydrographic Science

Coordinator & Instructor/Asst Teaching Professor, Hydrographic Science

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Coordinator & Instructor/Asst Teaching Professor, Hydrographic Science

The University of Southern Mississippi is currently accepting applications for the position of Coordinator & Instructor/Asst Teaching Professor, Hydrographic Science.

Position Details

Location
John C. Stennis Space Center

1020 Balch Blvd
Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, 39529
United States

Division
Marine Science

Position Type
Faculty

Employment Status
Full Time

Grant Funded
No

Posting Close Date
Open Until Filled

Special Instructions to Applicants
Priority will be given to applicants who apply by 5/1/2019 with a complete application including 1) letter of interest, 2) vitae, 3) statement of teaching accomplishments, plans and philosophy, 5) statement of hydrographic experience and qualifications, 6) names of three references. All attachments must be uploaded at the time of submission.

Job Summary
The Division of Marine Science in the School of Ocean Science and Engineering (SOSE) at The University of Southern Mississippi invites qualified applicants for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure-track faculty position as Hydrographic Science Coordinator to begin in Fall 2019.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
We seek qualified applicants for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure-track position as a program coordinator of Hydrographic Science to join the Marine Science faculty in the Division of Marine Science.

The candidate is expected to coordinate, execute, and continue to develop a comprehensive academic program in hydrography, at the undergraduate and graduate level, in accordance with International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standards. The undergraduate program is a 4-year curriculum providing a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Science with emphasis in Hydrography. The graduate program is an intensive 1-2 year curriculum with significant classroom coursework and field exercise, including a capstone project. The successful candidate is expected to develop and deliver courses in hydrography and related sciences and should demonstrate the potential to contribute across disciplines and promote the continued interdisciplinary growth of the academic and research programs within the SOSE. The candidate can expect to be involved in research activities with the Hydrographic Science Research Center, but the primary focus of this position is teaching.

Additional Information
The SOSE includes two academic divisions, Marine Science, and Coastal Sciences, and several R&D centers including: Hydrographic Science Research Center, Center for Fisheries Research and Development, and Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center. The Division of Marine Science is based at the NASA Stennis Space Center where Marine Science faculty benefit from close working relationships with a number of on-site federal agencies, including the Naval Research Laboratory-Stennis Space Center, the Naval Oceanographic Office, the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command, the USGS and NOAA, including the National Data Buoy Center.

Marine Science graduate and undergraduate programs extend across traditional marine science emphasis areas in biological, physical, chemical and geological oceanography, as well as hydrographic science and ocean engineering. Marine Science faculty and graduate programs are housed at Stennis Space Center, where the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Marine Science and the M.S. degree in Hydrographic Science are delivered. The Marine Science and Ocean Engineering B.S. degree programs are delivered at the USM Gulf Park Campus in Long Beach, MS as well as at USM’s main campus in Hattiesburg, MS. The Long Beach campus is in close proximity to the Port of Gulfport, which is the home port for USM’s R/V Point Sur and the recently opened USM Marine Research Center, that features a state-of-the-art fabrication lab, testing tank, and laboratory space.

USM’s Hydrographic Science graduate program is internationally known and has produced over 215 graduates since 2000. Student population is very diverse, with a mix of federal government, international, and traditional students.

Minimum Qualifications
Applicants must hold a M.S. degree in hydrography, oceanography, or a related field with 5 years or more of hydrographic surveying experience.

Preferred Qualifications 
Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. in hydrography, oceanography, or a related field and post-doctoral experience, and a demonstrated record of service, grant development, communication, and commitment to diversity.

About The University of Southern Mississippi
The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) is a comprehensive public research institution delivering transformative programs on campuses in Hattiesburg and Long Beach, at teaching and research sites in central and southern Mississippi, as well as online. Founded in 1910, USM is one of only 76 public universities in the nation to earn the Carnegie Foundation’s “higher research activity” designation for doctoral universities, and its robust research enterprise includes experts in ocean science and engineering, polymer science and engineering, and sport venue safety and security, among others. USM is also one of only 40 institutions in the nation accredited in theatre, art and design, dance and music. As an economic driver, USM generates an annual economic impact of more than $600 million across the state. USM welcomes a diverse student body of approximately 15,000, representing 71 countries, all 50 states, and every county in Mississippi. USM students have collected four Truman Scholarships and 35 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, while also leading Mississippi with 21 Goldwater Scholarships, an honor that recognizes the next generation of great research scientists. Home to the Golden Eagles, USM competes in 17 Division I sports sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). For more information, visit www.usm.edu.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer/Americans with Disabilities Act institution, The University of Southern Mississippi encourages minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities to apply.

Assistant or Associate Professor Groundwater Resources at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

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Position Title: Assistant or Associate Professor Groundwater Resources

UW System Title and Code: Assistant or Associate Professor (C40NN/C30NN)

FTE: 100%

Position Information:

Work Location : Trainer Natural Resources Building, 800 Reserve Street, Stevens Point

Supervisor : Christine Thomas, Dean

Department: The College of Natural Resources

Department Description:

The College of Natural Resources supports premier undergraduate natural resource program sixth disciplines in Fisheries and Water Resources, Forestry, Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management, Soil and Waste Resources, Wildlife Ecology, and the Department of Paper Science and Chemical Engineering. The University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service extends university resources to the citizens and communities of the state by conducting, applying, and conveying relevant university research.

University Description:

Through the discovery and dissemination of knowledge, UW-Stevens Point stimulates intellectual growth, provides a liberal education, and prepares students for a diverse sustainable world. The university is committed to creating a safe, inclusive learning community for all faculty and staff from a variety of backgrounds. Visit www.joinuwsp.org for more information about UW-Stevens Point and www.everythingpointshere.com/ for more information about the Stevens Point community.

JOB DETAILS:

Position Summary:

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources (CNR) and the University of Wisconsin Division of Cooperative Extension are seeking to fill a joint full time (12 month) tenure track position. This faculty appointment will be in the CNR’s Fisheries and Water Resources Discipline and in Cooperative Extension’s Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources with responsibilities for undergraduate teaching (25%) in the CNR and outreach education (75%) for Cooperative Education through the CNR’s Center for Watershed Science and Education (CWSE).

The faculty member will be responsible for six credits annually of undergraduate courses in the CNR focused on the groundwater quantity and quality, and for Extension outreach an applied research in groundwater for Wisconsin’s citizens, agencies, and nongovernmental organizations. One of the primary outreach responsibilities will be developing a groundwater outreach education program. In this outreach, the successful candidate will develop client audiences for their applied research, and work with the network of Extension faculty and staff across the state to serve the state’s needs. As a CNR faculty member, the successful candidate will report directly to the Dean of the CNR and provide service to the college

QUALIFICATIONS:

Required Qualifications:

  • Completed a Ph.D. in hydrology, hydrogeology or an allied field by the time of appointment.
  • Academic preparation and research interests that includes management of groundwater quantity and/or quality.
  • The ability to communicate technical information to lay audiences.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • At least 3 years post-graduate experience in a water resource-related field.
  • Experience teaching undergraduate students.
  • Experience with applied groundwater flow modeling.
  • Grant writing and project management experience.

SPECIAL NOTES:

Special Notes:

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. UW-Stevens Point values diversity and inclusion as supported by our mission, “Through the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge, UW-Stevens Point fosters intellectual growth, provides a broad-based education, models community engagement and prepares students for success in a diverse and sustainable world.”

Individuals with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation during the application or interview process should contact Human Resources and Affirmative Action at 715-346-2606 or hr@uwsp.edu .

The safety and success of students, faculty, and staff at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is paramount. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act requires the distribution of an annual security report to all current and prospective students, faculty, and staff. You may obtain the complete report at http://www.uwsp.edu/dos/Pages/Annual-Security-Report.aspx

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will not reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except the identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis. Stat. sec. 19.36(7).

An offer of employment will require a criminal background check and authorization to work within the United States as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

TO APPLY:

How To Apply: Please be sure to complete all required fields and include all required documents before submitting your application. To return to a draft application, click on the “My Activities” link at the top of the screen after logging in. Once you click on Submit Application, you will not be able to edit or attach any application materials. After submitting the application, you will receive an Application Confirmation email from the application system.

Refer to the supplemental “How To Apply” document in the posting for more information.

Anticipated Appointment Date: July 1, 2019

Terms of Employment: This is a tenure-track, 12-month faculty position. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Deadline: To ensure consideration, completed online applications must be received by end of day, 11:59 pm, on April 22, 2019. However, screening may continue until the needs of the recruitment are met.

Required Materials: Files must be complete to be considered. Submission in PDF format is preferred for all attachments. Please include the following documents:

  • Cover letter addressing qualifications and experience
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of Teaching, Research and Outreach
  • Contact information for three professional references
  • Unofficial Transcripts (Official Transcripts required of finalist)

Employment will require a criminal background check. It will also require you and your references to answer questions regarding sexual violence and sexual harassment.

Position Contact: For additional information regarding the position, please call or email:

Paul McGinley, Search and Screen Committee

Email: paul.mcginley@uwsp.edu

Phone: 715-346-4501

Human Resources Contact: If you have any questions regarding the application process, need special arrangements, or if you submitted your application with missing materials, please call or email:

Anna Golackson-Timblin

Email: human.resources@uwsp.edu

Phone: 715-346-2606

Part-Time Faculty – Food Security in Africa (Fall 2019) at Syracuse

Part-Time Faculty – Food Security in Africa (Fall 2019)

Institution:
Location:
Syracuse, NY
Category:
Faculty – Science – Geography
Posted:
03/20/2019
Application Due:
04/05/2019
Type:
Adjunct/Part-Time
Job #: 074373

Location: Eggers Hall

Pay Range: $5,000.00

FLSA Status: Exempt

HoursAs determined by department chair.

Job Type: Part-time

Rank: PTI/Adjunct

Campus: Syracuse, NY

Unionized Position Code: UA

Job DescriptionThe Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University seeks a part-time instructor to teach GEO 400, Food Security in Africa, during the Fall 2019 semester, August 26-December 13, 2019, Monday/Wednesday, 3:45-5:05 PM. (3 credits)

This course is a critical examination of the global and local processes that intersect to produce chronic hunger and malnutrition in Africa, as well as the various approaches to addressing the problem. Topics to be covered will include land issues, civil conflict, socio-cultural issues, environmental change, economic globalization, biotechnology and food aid.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Geography with prior university teaching experience.

Responsibilities

  • Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
  • Ordering the appropriate books and materials in advance of the class start date.
  • Preparation of lectures, projects or other student assignments.
  • Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours.
  • Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course.
  • Meeting all designated class periods. If you are unable to meet your class due to illness or emergency, you should exercise your best effort to reschedule the class or obtain a substitute. You must also notify the department chair of your absence and of your plan to cover the class.
  • Submitting final grades according to University regulations.
  • Grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner.
  • Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student evaluations.

Application InstructionsFor full consideration, please attach a Curriculum Vitae (CV), cover letter and contact information for three references.

About Syracuse University

Syracuse University is a private research university, with over 14,000 full-time undergraduate and over 4,000 full¬time graduate students representing the 50 states and 124 foreign countries. Founded in 1870, it is home to 11 schools and colleges offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering and Computer Science, Human Services and Health Professions, Information Studies, Law, Management, Citizenship and Public Affairs, Public Communications, and Visual and Performing Arts. Syracuse is a medium-sized city situated in the geographic center of New York State approximately 250 miles northwest of New York City. The metro-area population totals approximately 500,000 and offers many social, cultural, and recreational options, including parks, museums, festivals, a symphony orchestra, professional regional theater, and numerous malls and movie theaters. Syracuse and Central New York present a wide range of seasonal recreation and attractions ranging from water skiing and snow skiing, hiking in the Adirondacks, touring the historic sites and wineries along the Finger Lakes to biking trails along the Erie Canal. According to the latest edition of the Places Rated Almanac, Syracuse ranks in the top 10% of Best Places to Live.

EEOC

Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

Commitment to Supporting and Hiring Veterans

Syracuse University has a long history of veteran support through education, transition, and hiring. Syracuse University was ranked #1 in New York State and 17th in the nation at the end of 1947 in veteran enrollment as a result of participating in the Serviceman’s Readjustment Act of 1944 – the original GI Bill. Today, SU is strongly committed to the Yellow Ribbon Program which is a provision of the Post 9/11 GI Bill to assist in tuition educational benefits and other support. In addition, SU provides a career path for veterans to become Syracuse University employees.

Quick Link
http://www.sujobopps.com/postings/79228

Job Posting Date: 03/19/2019

Application Deadline: 04/05/2019

Open Until Filled: No

Job Category: Faculty

Message to ApplicantsFor full consideration, please submit the following materials online: application, cover letter, Curriculum Vitae (CV), and names and contact information for three references.