Job Announcement: University of Idaho

University of Idaho – Tenure-Track Position

The Department of Geography at the University of Idaho is seeking to fill a
tenure-track position beginning August 2015 at the level of Assistant or
Associate Professor with a research expertise that emphasizes the
interaction of climate change, society, and the environment. Candidates must
have demonstrated research expertise in climate impacts, adaptation, or
mitigation commensurate with time since Ph.D., as well as potential for or
demonstration of high-quality teaching of courses that will complement the
broader Geography discipline and contribute to the department minor in
Climate Change.

The successful candidate will join a department with GIS Certificate, BS,
MS, and PhD programs and department research expenditures over $1M per
year. The new hire will is encouraged to contribute to an active community
of transdisciplinary climate-related research at the University of Idaho.
Preference will be given to candidates with research experience and goals
that complement existing strengths in spatial statistics, remote sensing,
climate science and impacts, human-environment geography, and political and
economic geography. Our location in the small town of Moscow, Idaho in the
beautiful Inland Northwest provides for high quality of life and was
recently ranked among the top 10 college towns in the US. Washington State
University is 8 miles away and provides additional opportunities for

Review of applications will begin on November 10, 2014. For additional
details on required and desired qualifications and procedures for applying,
please see or contact John Abatzoglou,