Duties: The successful applicant will focus on applied questions that address sustainability across the natural and built environments, preference will be given to applications with STEM backgrounds (including social science) and interested in aspects of water resources. The successful applicant will work across natural and social sciences, collaborating with Dr. Yuan Yao (Forest Biomaterial), Dr. Kathryn Stevenson (Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management), and Dr. Katie Martin (Forestry and Environmental Resources). The candidate will have opportunities to collaborate with the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics and the USGS Southeast Climate Science Center, among others.
Desired qualifications: Candidates should have an MS and experience in interdisciplinary research in natural resources.
Salary/pay: The position includes three years of tuition support, an annual stipend of $25,000, and benefits.
How to apply: To apply, please send CV, GRE scores, transcripts (unofficial) and one statement that includes interest, career goals, and dissertation topic ideas to: