The College of Arts and Sciences at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is recruiting five tenure-track faculty at the assistant or associate professor rank. We seek scholars who will make transformative contributions to Carolina’s new Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program (E3P). Candiates from the social and natural sciences are encouraged to apply; faculty will hold an appointment in an appropriate academic department. Priority will be given to candidates with a demonstrated capacity to stimulate interdisciplinary collaborations.
The five positions are
Cities and Critical Infrastructure: sustainable cities and infrastructure needs for cities of the future.
Energy and Energy Analytics: emergent renewable energy resources or technologies, including modeling and data analytics.
Environment, Development, and Economics: public policy and/or applied economics of environment and development or environment and inequality, especially related to energy, environment, or water.
Inequality and the Environment: social and environmental issues related to inequality, vulnerability, and the growing need to address gaps in knowledge and uneven access to resources or services.
Water Resources and Hydrology: the impacts of climate, pollution, and land use to the hydrologic cycle.
We are committed to increasing diversity. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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As the largest unit on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences forms the academic core of the Carolina experience. Our mission is to create knowledge and discover innovative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, to educate outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, and to encourage faculty, staff and students to contribute meaningfully to North Carolina, the nation and the world.
College faculty have been recognized for their outstanding research, teaching and engagement in the fine arts and humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics.
The College is home to more than 16,000 undergraduate students, including all of the University’s first-year and second-year students, and more than 75 percent of junior and senior majors. More than 2,500 graduate students study and teach in the College, the largest group of graduate students on campus.