The Environmental Science and Policy (ENSP) program at the College of
William & Mary seeks applications for a two-year postdoctoral scholar
position in Environmental Policy to be housed in the Institute for the
Theory and Practice of International Relations (ITPIR). The discipline is
open, but the ideal candidate will be able to collaborate with faculty in
the social sciences, have some advanced quantitative methods training (R,
GIS, Stata, Python), have strong organizational and communication skills,
and will be able to engage in interdisciplinary research related to energy
and the environment. The postdoctoral scholar will also teach one
upper-level course per academic year, and arrange an environmental speaker
series in the second year. A Ph.D. is required by the time of appointment.

The position offers a competitive salary, research and travel funds, and
administrative support. The postdoctoral fellow will be mentored by two
William & Mary faculty with teaching and research interests that intersect
with Environmental Politics, and will have substantial opportunities for the
postdoctoral fellow to pursue their own research projects. The postdoctoral
scholar position will be housed at the Institute for the Theory and Practice
of International Relations (ITPIR), which supports and promotes
internationally focused research that can make a difference in the world. In
addition to housing postdocs, visiting scholars, and staff, ITPIR projects
have generated more than $44 million in external grants and contracts that
have supported more than 1,400 student and faculty researchers, and produced
research in leading scholarly journals and in outlets addressed to policy

This is a 9-month academic year appointment. Start date is August 10, 2018.


Robert A. Rose, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Geospatial Analysis

College of William and Mary



Tel:  <tel:757-221-2304> 757-221-2304  

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