[ES_JOBS_NET] Groundwater Hydrologist tenure track opening at Stony Brook University (NY)

Deanne Rogers drogers at gps.caltech.edu
Wed Nov 6 08:36:04 MST 2013

Dear All,
Stony Brook University is searching for a Groundwater Hydrologist to join
our faculty as part of a cluster hire initiative in Coastal Zone
Engineering and Management. See details and apply at:


The Coastal Zone Engineering and Management Program is part of an exciting
new initiative, undertaken as part of SUNY 2020, to hire 100 faculty
members over the next five years to expand teaching and research in
emerging fields of study that cut across traditional boundaries of academic
disciplines. This interdisciplinary faculty cluster hires are aimed at
addressing society's most vexing challenges that require a broad
understanding of ocean processes and human interaction with the sea.
Special emphasis would be directed towards the important societal issues of
the region, such as transportation, offshore renewable energy, water
quality, and our ability to monitor and simulate the ocean's properties and
functioning as well as the consequences societal choices. The positions are
designated for faculty members whose research and teaching interests are
interdisciplinary. The goals of this initiative are to strategically place
Stony Brook University on the emerging frontiers of research and knowledge
and to enhance our ability to shape new fields of discovery, learning and

 Stony Brook University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty
position for a groundwater hydrologist with a particular focus on coastal
aquifers. The position is expected to be filled at the Assistant Professor
level; however, exceptional candidates at the Associate or Full Professor
level will also be considered. Candidates are expected to have expertise in
one or more aspects related to the island groundwater hydrogeology,
submarine groundwater discharge, evaluation of groundwater resources,
contaminant transport, and/or the contribution of nutrients and pollutants
from coastal aquifers to wetlands and the marine environment.

A. Deanne Rogers
Assistant Professor of Geosciences
Stony Brook University
255 Earth and Space Sciences Building
Stony Brook, NY 11794-2100
Phone:  631-632-1509
Fax:  631-632-8240
Email: Deanne.Rogers at stonybrook.edu **note new email address**
Website: http://aram.ess.sunysb.edu/drogers/

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