[ES_JOBS_NET] Job: Asst. Prof. USU, Limnology Lake and Wetland Ecosystems

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Sat Sep 3 14:09:06 MDT 2016

*Assistant Professor – Utah State University*

*Limnology – Lake and Wetland Ecosystems*


The Department of Watershed Sciences at Utah State University
(http://www.qcnr.usu.edu/wats) invites applications for a tenure-track,
assistant professor position in limnology. We seek a limnologist
interested in biological, physical, and/or chemical processes in lake
and/or wetland ecosystems. The area of specialization is open. The
successful applicant will be expected to develop a collaborative
research program that leverages existing expertise in ecology,
biogeochemistry, hydrology, geomorphology, and climate and water
resource modeling. This position is partially funded through the Ecology
Center (http://www.usu.edu/ecology/). The successful applicant will
become an associate of the Ecology Center and will be expected to
contribute to Ecology Center programs.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in limnology or a related discipline, a
record of peer-reviewed publication appropriate to career stage, and
evidence of excellence in teaching or the ability to develop into an
excellent teacher. Postdoctoral experience is desirable. This is an
academic-year, 9-month, tenure track position to begin fall 2017.
Approximate division of duties is 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10%
service. The successful applicant will develop an externally-funded
research program and teach approximately 7-8 semester credit hours per
year.*_For more details visit _**https://jobs.usu.edu*
<https://jobs.usu.edu/>*_(position number 1639)._ _Review of
applications begins September 30, 2016_*.


USU (http://www.usu.edu <http://www.usu.edu/>) is Utah’s land-grant
university with 28,000 students. Watershed Sciences offers BS degrees in
Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences and Management & Restoration of Aquatic
Ecosystems, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Ecology, Fisheries, as well as
Watershed Sciences. USU is well-situated for research on streams,
rivers, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and their catchments from desert to
alpine environments. Logan is 85 miles north of Salt Lake City in scenic
Cache Valley and boasts many recreational opportunities, a low cost of
living, and ample opportunities for a family-friendly professional life.

*Karin M. Kettenring, Ph.D.*
Associate Professor, Wetland Ecology
Ecology Center and Department of Watershed Sciences
Quinney College of Natural Resources, Utah State University

karin.kettenring at usu.edu <mailto:karin.kettenring at usu.edu> |
435.797.2546|5210 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322
Office: Natural Resources 230
Lab: Natural Resources 111
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