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two faculty positions at the University of Utah: 1) Environmental Earth Science; 2)Petrology/Geochemistry.

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Sarah Lambart
Wed, Nov 17, 2021 6:54 PM

Dear Colleagues,

We have two open positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in
the areas of 1) Environmental Earth Science, and 2)
Petrology/Geochemistry/Structure.

https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/assistantassociate-professor-qty-2-1-in-environmental-earth-science-1-in-petrology-geochemistry/08A8CAB438CD408EBD696E90E9DD02FE/job/
https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/assistantassociate-professor-qty-2-1-in-environmental-earth-science-1-in-petrology-geochemistry/08A8CAB438CD408EBD696E90E9DD02FE/job/__;!!KwNVnqRv!XIyc-vzVgac_Ykq-WCFd_RGdKxhQPpe3TyBSPZMoZd0zA9MB7YiqedlKPL1tc7ps9WxrRPRZngWWRpNg_VSMVPI$

For the first position, we seek a colleague with expertise in emerging
challenges in climate and/or resources (e.g., earth systems modeling,
geoengineering, water resources, carbon management, strategic elements and
minerals, energy transitions, alternative energy resources) to help grow
our Earth Science environmental programs into the future.

For the second position, we are looking for a colleague with a research
emphasis in the dynamics and evolution of solid earth systems. Specific
areas of interest include (but are not limited to) igneous and metamorphic
processes, geochronology, high-temperature geochemistry, and structural
geology. Candidates with expertise that strengthens our department’s
research and teaching in the areas of petrology, mineralogy, and/or
geochemistry are particularly encouraged to apply.

Questions about the positions should be addressed to the search
committee Chair, Dr Bill Johnson: william.johnson@utah.edu

--
Sarah Lambart (she/her/hers) - sarah.lambart@utah.edu
Assistant Professor in Igneous Processes
University of Utah - Geology and Geophysics
+1-801-792-3186

Dear Colleagues, We have two open positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the areas of 1) Environmental Earth Science, and 2) Petrology/Geochemistry/Structure. https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/assistantassociate-professor-qty-2-1-in-environmental-earth-science-1-in-petrology-geochemistry/08A8CAB438CD408EBD696E90E9DD02FE/job/ <https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://employment.utah.edu/salt-lake-city-ut/assistantassociate-professor-qty-2-1-in-environmental-earth-science-1-in-petrology-geochemistry/08A8CAB438CD408EBD696E90E9DD02FE/job/__;!!KwNVnqRv!XIyc-vzVgac_Ykq-WCFd_RGdKxhQPpe3TyBSPZMoZd0zA9MB7YiqedlKPL1tc7ps9WxrRPRZngWWRpNg_VSMVPI$> For the first position, we seek a colleague with expertise in emerging challenges in climate and/or resources (e.g., earth systems modeling, geoengineering, water resources, carbon management, strategic elements and minerals, energy transitions, alternative energy resources) to help grow our Earth Science environmental programs into the future. For the second position, we are looking for a colleague with a research emphasis in the dynamics and evolution of solid earth systems. Specific areas of interest include (but are not limited to) igneous and metamorphic processes, geochronology, high-temperature geochemistry, and structural geology. Candidates with expertise that strengthens our department’s research and teaching in the areas of petrology, mineralogy, and/or geochemistry are particularly encouraged to apply. Questions about the positions should be addressed to the search committee Chair, Dr Bill Johnson: william.johnson@utah.edu -- Sarah Lambart (she/her/hers) - sarah.lambart@utah.edu Assistant Professor in Igneous Processes University of Utah - Geology and Geophysics +1-801-792-3186