Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor
Moscow, Idaho Application deadline: Mar 29, 2019
The Department of Natural Resources and Society (NRS) at the University of Idaho, in collaboration with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, invite you to join our team in an academic year (nine-month), tenure-track faculty position as assistant, associate, or full professor in Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife. We seek team players with research expertise in the fields of applied social psychology, sociology, human-environment geography, social-ecological systems, or related areas. Candidates should have expertise in developing and applying theories, concepts and methods in the social and behavioral sciences to the study of fish and/or wildlife management and policy. This appointment will include responsibilities for teaching/advising (30%), research (50%) and outreach/service (20%). The position is located on the main campus in the vibrant college town of Moscow, Idaho. For more information and to apply, please visit: https://uidaho.peopleadmin.com/postings/25641.
The University of Idaho is the land grant institution of Idaho, with main campus located in the beautiful Palouse region of northern Idaho. The College of Natural Resources is home to 700 undergraduates and 250 graduate students, and operates the McCall Field Campus (home of the internationally award-winning McCall Outdoor Science School) and the Taylor Ranch Wilderness Research Station in the heart of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. These facilities, coupled with the stunning beauty and ecological diversity of the region, provide unique academic opportunities for students and faculty.
The College is committed to fostering an inclusive educational and work environment where diverse perspectives and backgrounds are honored and valued. Our location in the Inland Northwest provides excellent opportunities for research and education collaboration among peoples from different cultures, with particular emphasis on partnerships with local Tribes and the growing Latino population in the state.
The University of Idaho is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is the policy of the regents that equal opportunity be afforded in education and employment to qualified persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran. It is also the policy of the University of Idaho to not discriminate based on sexual orientation.