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Faculty Position in Solid Earth Geohazards

Utah State University Department of Geosciences
Logan, Utah
Commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus excellent benefits
Closing date
Sep 15, 2022
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FACULTY POSITION IN SOLID EARTH GEOHAZARDS The Department of Geosciences at Utah State University invites applications for an academic-year (9-month), tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Solid Earth Geohazards, anticipated to begin August 2023. Qualified applicants may be considered at the Associate level. We seek candidates who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary, and quantitative investigation of Earth processes that contribute to geologic hazards. Disciplinary expertise may include but is not limited to neotectonics, paleoseismology, geodesy, structural geology and lithospheric deformation, and subduction-zone geohazards. Successful candidates will demonstrate outstanding potential for excellence in research through development of a vibrant, externally funded research program and contribute to our graduate and undergraduate curriculum. The successful candidate may join faculty members in USU’s College of Science JEDI STEM Collaboratory to enhance justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM fields. To find out more about our growing and vibrant department, go to For more information and to apply for this position, visit Required materials include cover letter; CV; statement of research interests and vision; statement of teaching philosophy, experiences, and interests; statement of contributions and vision of approach toward diversity, equity, and inclusion; names and contact information for three references; and one representative publication. Please contact Alexis Ault, Search Committee chair,, with any inquiries. USU is an AA/EO employer. Review of applications begins on September 15, 2022.

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