JOE Listings (Job Openings for Economists)
August 1, 2022 - January 31, 2023
University of Wyoming
Position Title/Short Description
Section: US: Full-Time Academic (Permanent, Tenure Track or Tenured)
Location: Laramie, Wyoming, UNITED STATES
Q4 -- Energy
Q -- Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics
Full Text of JOE Listing:
We are seeking to hire a Professor of Environment and Energy Policy who will hold the SER Professor of Environment and Natural Resources, a termed chair, which includes a primary appointment in the Helga Otto Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources (Haub School) with an affiliation to the School of Energy Resources (SER). UW seeks an accomplished and creative individual to provide research, teaching, outreach/engagement, and service consistent with the educational mission of the University of Wyoming. The Haub School values interdisciplinary approaches to environmental problem solving; scholarship that can inform real-world solutions; tangible, place-based experiences to develop critical thinking skills in the next generation of leaders and decision-makers; and a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment on campus and beyond. SER was created in 2006 to enhance UW’s energy-related education, research and outreach; to that end, SER directs and integrates cutting-edge energy research and academic programs and bridges academics and industry through targeted research programs. Collaboratively, the Haub School and SER often work together on environmental and energy related research and outreach efforts.
A PhD, JD, or other terminal degree in a relevant field of study.
An academic or equivalent record consistent with a chaired faculty appointment.
Demonstrated experience teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and/or graduate level.
Demonstrated experience developing and conducting a robust program of research and service relevant to environmental and energy policy.
Demonstrated capacity or desire to build a policy-focused outreach and engagement program with partners and stakeholders within and outside the University.
Demonstrated commitment to interdisciplinary research, publication, and/or pedagogy.
Experience working with environmental and energy decision-makers and stakeholders.
Experience or desire to focus on environmental and energy challenges in the Rocky Mountain region.
An awareness of, and sensitivity to, natural resource-based economies, communities, and workforces, including the relationships between energy development, natural resource management, and broader impacts on the local and non-local environment.
A demonstrated record of successful grant or external fundraising.
Please view the full job description for complete information and direct any additional questions to the search chair: Dr. Jacob Hochard (JHochard@ .
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