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GEOSTATS: Quantitative approaches in natural resources - positions (fwd)

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  • Diana Stralberg
    Please note that while review of applications for the two positions described below begins today, applications will be received until the positions are filled.
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 1998
      Please note that while review of applications for the two positions
      described below begins today, applications will be received until the
      positions are filled.

      Contact David Allan (dallan@...) for more information.

      ---------- Forwarded message ----------

      > Quantitative Approaches in Natural Resources
      > The University of Michigan
      >
      >The School of Natural Resources & Environment invites applications from
      >individuals with demonstrated scholarship in quantitative approaches to
      >natural resources and ecosystem management.
      >
      >We seek to fill two tenure-track positions, rank open, with
      >individuals whose research interests encompass one or more of the
      >following quantitative areas: biometrics, applied statistics, ecological
      >modeling, remote sensing, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). A
      >doctoral degree is required. Preference will be given to candidates with a
      >research focus on terrestrial ecosystems, with practical experience
      >including field-based research, and with interests that span a variety of
      >spatial scales. The successful candidates will establish vigorous
      >research programs, teach at the undergraduate and graduate level, and be
      >expected to interact with students and faculty with diverse interests in
      >natural resource subject areas. Teaching responsibility is three courses
      >annually, one of which may be a seminar. Subject areas of interest
      >include natural resource statistics, experimental design, ecosystem
      >measurement, remote sensing,image interpretation, and GIS.
      >
      >The School of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of
      >Michigan has an active program of teaching and research focusing on
      >interdisciplinary approaches to environmental problem-solving.
      >Quantitative applications are central to our training of students, and the
      >School is rapidly expanding its capacity in GIS and spatial analysis. The
      >successful candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate and
      >integrate their interests with a wide array of biological and social
      >scientists, designers, and planners within the SNRE and allied departments
      >throughout the University of Michigan. The SNRE web site can be visited
      >at www.snre.umich.edu.
      >
      >Candidates should submit a statement of research and teaching interests,
      >curriculum vitae, a representative example of their scholarly work, and
      >the names, addresses including e-mail, and telephone numbers of three
      >references to:
      >
      > Quantitative Search Committee
      > School of Natural Resources & Environment
      > The University of Michigan
      > Dana Building, 430 East University
      > Ann Arbor MI 48109-1115
      >
      >Review of applications will begin 1 December 1998. Applications will be
      >considered until a suitable candidate is found. For further information
      >contact David Allan (734-764-6553, dallan@...)
      >
      >The University of Michigan is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
      >employer
      >
      >


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