The Environmental Studies Program at Central Washington University
invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor
position to begin September 16, 2008. The successful candidate will also
be affiliated with one of the following departments: Anthropology,
Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology. Responsibilities include
teaching new and existing courses in the Environmental Studies Program
and courses in the home department, and maintaining an active research
program that includes supervision of student research. At the Associate
Professor rank, he/she will assume directorship of the new Center for
the Environment, working with faculty to integrate environmental
instruction and research, coordinate the university*s response when
environmental issues arise, and seek extramural funding to further the
goals of the Center for the Environment.The Environmental Studies
Program, established over 30 years ago, is currently expanding its scope
and curricular offerings. Central Washington University is located in
Ellensburg, population 15,000, which provides one of the finest living
environments in the Pacific Northwest.Apply online at For additional information, contact Dr. Carey
Gazis at 509.963.2820 or Screening will begin on
Jan. 14, 2008 and continue until the position is filled. AA/EOE/Title IX


[NOTE: We are recruiting widely for this position, and applicants in
all areas of physical geography, geomorphology, water, etc, are
encouraged to apply if their research involves South Asia. Note
applications will be reviewed starting Dec 2].

North Carolina, Chapel Hill 27599-3220. The Department of Geography at
the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill invites applications from
outstanding scholars for a tenure-track faculty position at the
assistant professor level in any aspect of the contemporary geography of
South Asia. The department has particular strengths and interests in
development studies, political economy and economic networks, migration
and work, social and cultural geography, demography and health, and
ecology, water, and environment, although applicants with interests in
other sub-fields are also encouraged to apply.

A Ph.D. degree in Geography or a related field is required by date of
employment. The position will begin in July, 2008. The person hired will
be expected to develop research and teaching initiatives relating to
their thematic interests and South Asia. The Department has a strong
commitment to multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, and international
research and teaching, and provides opportunities for interactions with
other academic units, including the Global Education Center, Carolina
Population Center, Center for Urban and Regional Studies, and the
Carolina Institute for the Environment. The position is part of an
exciting South Asia initiative at UNC in conjunction with nearby
institutions Duke University, North Carolina State University, and North
Carolina Central University, and the individual hired will have the
opportunity to participate in the Carolina Asia Center
( and the North Carolina
Center for South Asia Studies

Application materials, including a letter of application, curriculum
vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests and experience,
two samples of writing, and three letters of reference should be sent
to: Barbara Taylor, Administrative Manager, Department of Geography,
UNC-Chapel Hill, CB #3220, Saunders Hall, Chapel Hill NC 27599-3220.
Deadline for receipt of applicants is 2 December 2007.

For additional information, please contact Michael Emch, Search
Committee Chair, (email);

Jon Pelletier at the University of Arizona has support for graduate
students interested in numerical modeling and field/remote sensing work
in the general areas of landform evolution in arid regions and on Mars.
Prior programming experience is helpful but not required. Interested
students should contact him at and can visit
his web page at
for more information on past projects.

Jon Pelletier
Geosciences Dept.
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721 USA

£23,692 – £27,466 pa

You should have interests in GIS and spatial analysis applied to
geomorphological systems plus an interest in morphological analysis and
in understanding the dynamics and processes of environmental change.
You will join the Sedimentary and Morphological Records of Environmental
Change Research Group and will help in the implementation of new
equipment and software in spatial data acquisition and analysis.

You should have experience in the use of GIS and of fieldwork,
preferably in relation to fluvial systems. Experience of image analysis,
modelling capability and use of LIDAR or aerial photographs would be
advantageous. The post is available for up to 2 years.

Informal inquiries to Professor Janet Hooke
( +44 (0)151 794 2873).

Job Ref: R-566844
Closing Date: 30 November 2007