[CRYOLIST] 3 tenure track positions in Polar Science

LUCAS ZOET lzoet at wisc.edu
Wed Oct 23 17:01:13 PDT 2019


Hello Cryolist,

Please share with your colleagues and students our announcement of a three-position tenure-track cluster hire at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Emerging Polar Regions.  The three positions are 1) Glaciology and Ice Flow Modeling 2) Polar/Arctic Ecosystems and Ecological Modeling, and 3) Polar Climate Modeling. Review of applicant materials will begin on Nov. 22.  More information on the clusters can be found below.

1. The Department of Geosciences<http://geoscience.wisc.edu/geoscience/> at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks applications for an assistant professor (tenure-track) faculty position in glaciology and ice flow modeling. We seek a colleague who is innovative in using ice flow models to address fundamental problems in glaciology, glacier-ocean-atmosphere interactions, Arctic and Antarctic glacier processes, and/or other related questions pertaining to glaciers in polar regions.   https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503141/assistant-professor-of-glaciologyice-flow-modelingcluster-hire

2. The University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks to fill one position for an assistant professor (tenure-track) faculty position in polar /Arctic ecosystems and ecological modeling. The ideal candidate will be innovatively developing and using ecological models at broad scales, possibly in combination with in situ observations, remote sensing, and geospatial or environmental informatics, to address fundamental problems in polar ecology and earth system science and improve ecological forecasts. Focal ecosystems may include terrestrial, freshwater and / or marine ecosystems.  https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503143/assistant-or-associate-professor-of-polar-ecologycluster-hire

3. The Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS)<https://www.aos.wisc.edu/> at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks to fill one position for an assistant or associate professor (tenure-track) position in polar climate modeling. The ideal candidate will be innovative in developing and using coupled models to address fundamental problems in polar climate, especially those involving interactions between the ocean, atmosphere, ice sheets, and / or terrestrial and marine ecosystems.   https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503135/assistant-or-associate-professor-of-polar-climatecluster-hire

Sincerely,

Luke Zoet
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