FYI – this position could potentially include glacier modeling.
Assistant Professor in Numerical Modeling of Earth
The Department of Geology,
Cincinnati seeks a geoscientist for a tenure-track position in numerical modeling of Earth systems with an anticipated appointment of August 1, 2012. The individual will be expected to focus research and teaching on aspects of the
investigation of the dynamics of various Earth systems (e.g., climatic and/or tectonic) and the linkages among them in the time frame of both recent and ancient Earth history. Applicants should have interests in one, and preferably more, of the following
specific approaches: 1) climate modeling, 2) basin/tectonic modeling, 3) biogeochemical cycle modeling and 4) paleobiological modeling.
The successful candidate will be expected to generate external funding as part of his/her research program, mentor both undergraduate and graduate students, and
help to expand undergraduate and graduate courses of interest to students in the Department of Geology. Only online applications will be considered. Applicants should apply online at
https://www.jobsatuc.com submitting a letter of application, a curriculum vita, and a short summary of research interests (2-3 pages) and teaching philosophy (1 page) plus contact details for three references. Applicants
are expected to have completed the Ph.D. by July 31, 2012. Completed applications will be reviewed starting October 30, 2011 and the search will remain open until the position is filled. For additional information please e-mail Professor Warren Huff ([hidden email]).
The University of
Cincinnati is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, the disabled and military veterans are encouraged to apply.
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