EXTENDED DEADLINE: September 30th, 2016

The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) at the University 
of Michigan has an opening for a tenure-track position for an Assistant 
Professor of Applied Aquatic Ecology.  This call is intentionally broad, 
as we are flexible with respect to areas of specialization and research 
skill-set, seeking applicants who are outstanding in terms of research 
and teaching promise; working on any aspect of freshwater population, 
community, or ecosystem ecology and management. Candidates must have a 
Ph.D. in ecology or a closely related field, a strong record of 
scholarly publication, evidence of teaching potential in a 
multidisciplinary setting, as well as other activities demonstrating a 
trajectory towards national and international recognition. 

SNRE is an interdisciplinary school focused on the development of new 
knowledge, policies, designs, and management strategies that “contribute 
to the protection of the Earth’s resources and achievement of a 
sustainable society.” The faculty of the School is diverse, with natural 
scientists, social scientists, engineers and landscape designers working 
together to develop solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental 
problems.  Candidates should show a history of, or keen interest in, 
collaborating across disciplinary boundaries, and clear evidence of 
research interests that link outstanding science to real-world 
management and problem solving.

The School offers a Ph.D. in Natural Resources and Environment and M.S. 
degrees in Natural Resources and Environment within six fields of study 
- conservation ecology; environmental informatics; sustainable systems; 
environmental policy and planning; behavior, education and 
communication; and environmental justice - in addition to a Master’s 
degree in Landscape Architecture.  SNRE also participates in multiple 
cross-campus degree programs, including an undergraduate Program in the 
Environment and dual degrees with the Schools of Architecture and Urban 
Planning, Business, Engineering, Law, and Public Health.  Additional 
information about the School can be found atwww.snre.umich.edu.

To apply, candidates should upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae, 
research and teaching statements, and pdf’s of three of their most 
important publications (all in a single PDF file) on SNRE’s website:   

Letters of Recommendation:  Candidates should also arrange for three (3) 
letters of recommendation to be sent to snre.j...@umich.edu with the 
applicant’s name in the subject line.

The Deadline for Applications has been extended to September 30, 2016 
with review starting on October 3rd.  Inquiries about the position can 
be addressed to Dr. Brad Cardinale, chair of the search committee 

The University of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action 

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