Diversity and Innovation Postdoctoral researchers at the Univ. New Hampshire: multiple disciplines, including wildlife ecology

University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH
Job Category
Post Doctoral Appointments
50,000 + benefits
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
The University of New Hampshire invites your application to the Postdoctoral Diversity and Innovation Scholars program. This 2-year postdoctoral appointment provides opportunities to hone your scholarship in preparation for the professoriate through mentoring, professional development, development funds, a minimum salary of $50,000 (dependent on discipline), and benefits. There are a range of professional development opportunities (e.g., research mentoring network, in-depth faculty development programs) and the opportunity to apply for a tenure track faculty opening. There are ten postdoctoral openings across four colleges, ***two of which are in ecology***: areas of research foci may include agroecology, disease ecology, ecological or environmental genomics, marine or aquatic ecology, microbial ecology, plant or forest ecology, quantitative ecology, or wildlife ecology. The University of New Hampshire is a Carnegie R1 institution with land, space, and sea grant designations. We are situated in the beautiful seacoast region of New Hampshire, with a train station on our main campus, an hour from Boston and 1.5-hour plane flight to Washington, DC. The beauty of our location cannot be surpassed in the fall. We look forward to your application by November 16, 2020. For questions, contact patricia.walsh@unh.edu to set up an appointment.
Eligibility: -Applicants must have completed their doctoral degree or terminal degree in their field within the past five years and by July 1st of the award year. -The primary criterion for selection is match of scholar expertise with the area of postdoctoral research. -An important secondary criterion is the support of prospective departments. -Note: The University of New Hampshire is unable to sponsor applicants for employment visas for these positions. Application materials*: -Cover letter addressed to Senior Vice Provost Engagement and Faculty Development -Curriculum vitae -A statement of research plans (2-3 pages) -A personal statement of your commitment to diversity and equity in your discipline (1–3 pages) -Writing samples (one or two examples, 30 page cumulative maximum, e.g. article, chapter, dissertation chapter) -Two letters of recommendation *All Materials must be submitted through online application system to be accepted
Contact Person
Engagement and Faculty Development Office
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