The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research (LTRR) at the University of Arizona invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in disciplines related to dendrochronology with an anticipated start date in August 2024.
We are seeking candidates who will advance scholarship in dendrochronology and/or any established or emerging related fields (e.g., archaeology, carbon cycling, chemistry, climatology, ecology, ecophysiology, fire ecology, hydrology, quantitative wood anatomy, xylogenesis) or other inter-disciplinary domains connected to tree-ring research (e.g., data assimilation or other data science approaches such as machine learning/artificial intelligence, extreme events and economics, high-resolution paleoclimatology, remote sensing, time-series analyses, vegetation modelling ). We especially invite candidates interested in contributing to an inclusive research and mentoring environment in both collaborative and leadership roles.
For full consideration, applications are due on March 15 2024 and must be submitted through this application link: http://tiny.cc/7iopwz
Applicants should submit: (I) a Cover Letter; (ii) a CV with the names and contact information of three references; (iii) a research statement outlining research experience and goals (3-page limit); and (iv) a teaching statement sharing teaching philosophy/approaches; future teaching and mentoring interests; and ways you might contribute to UArizona values and goals including those associated with its roles as a land grant and Hispanic-serving Institution (3-page limit).
The University of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity employer -Minorities/Women/Vets/Disabled.
Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Soumaya Belmecheri (firstname.lastname@example.org), Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research.