[Grad-postdoc-assn] Two Open Faculty Positions in the Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University

Paula Fisher paulad at ucar.edu
Mon Nov 5 09:16:01 MST 2012

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Subject: 	[Proflist] Two Open Faculty Positions in the Department of 
Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University
Date: 	Sat, 3 Nov 2012 09:02:48 -0400
From: 	Fuqing Zhang <fzhang at psu.edu>
To: 	ecsa at web2.acd.ucar.edu, grad-postdoc-assn at web2.acd.ucar.edu, 
nsa at web2.acd.ucar.edu, proflist at mailman.ucar.edu

> *Two Faculty Positions in the Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania 
> State University*
> The Department of Meteorology (http://www.met.psu.edu 
> <http://www.met.psu.edu/>) at The Pennsylvania State University 
> invites applicants for two full-time, tenure-track faculty positions 
> that will start in Fall 2013.
> The first position is *open rank*. This search is part of a Penn State 
> Cyberscience Cluster Hire in Computation and Data-Enabled Science and 
> Engineering (see http:///www.ics.psu.edu/hire.html 
> <http:/www.ics.psu.edu/hire.html>). We seek exceptional faculty who 
> develop and apply innovative data- and computation-intensive 
> techniques to address critical problems in all areas of the 
> atmospheric sciences. Applicants must have a keen desire to 
> collaborate with colleagues across campuses engaged in Penn 
> State?s CyberScience initiative and an interest in participating in 
> the larger earth science community?s cyberscience efforts (e.g., NSF?s 
> Earth Cube).
> The second position is at the *assistant professor* level. We seek 
> exceptional candidates in all areas of atmospheric sciences who will 
> enhance and/or complement the department?s current areas of research 
> (http://www.met.psu.edu/research).
> Applicants for both positions require a Ph.D. in atmospheric science 
> (or a closely related discipline) with demonstrated research 
> potential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are 
> required.
> The Department, with 19 full-time faculty members spanning a broad 
> range of atmospheric, oceanic, and interdisciplinary research areas, 
> provides an outstanding environment for interaction with other 
> researchers. The Department resides within the College of Earth and 
> Mineral Sciences and conducts research in collaboration with 
> colleagues in the Eberly College of Science, the College of 
> Engineering, the College of Information Science and Technology, the 
> College of Agricultural Sciences, the Smeal College of Business, and 
> the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment. Department 
> faculty maintain close ties with the Earth System Science Center, 
> theCenter for Climate Risk Management, the Center for Advanced Carbon 
> Cycle Research, the Applied Research Laboratory, and the Office of the 
> Pennsylvania State Climatologist. This internationally recognized 
> program in atmospheric and related sciences attracts a large number of 
> high-quality undergraduate and graduate students.
> Penn State University is located in the town of State College 
> (year-round population of 90,000), approximately 150 miles east of 
> Pittsburgh and 200 miles northwest of Philadelphia, within the 
> ridge-and-valley region of central Pennsylvania. The physical setting 
> permits a wide range of outdoor activities throughout the year. As a 
> large university, Penn State attracts a remarkably diverse assortment 
> of entertainment and cultural opportunities.
> Applications completed by *December 1, 2012* will be guaranteed full 
> consideration. The positions will remain open until they are filled. 
> Applicants should submit a statement of professional interests, a 
> curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of four references.
> Applications and questions shall be directed to:
> Professor Fuqing Zhang, Faculty Search Chair
> The Pennsylvania State University
> Department of Meteorology
> 503 Walker Building
> University Park, PA16801
> Email: fzhang at psu.edu <mailto:fzhang at psu.edu>
> Employment will require successful completion of background check(s) 
> in accordance with University policies.Penn State is committed to 
> affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its workforce.

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