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The School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking to fill one faculty position in Human Ecology as part of a campus-wide cluster hiring initiative to add to the vibrant community of academic researchers at UW-Madison focused on research at the nexus of environment, health, and community in the Native American context. Participating units in this 3 faculty cluster hire include the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the School of Nursing, and the School of Human Ecology. Tenure home will be in the School of Human Ecology (Department of Civil Society and Community Studies). Further information regarding this initiative can be found at this link: https://facstaff.provost.wisc.edu/cluster-hiring-initiative/ .
We seek an action-oriented scholar whose research focuses on Native American youth, their families, and communities. The area of research is open but should emphasize the strengths of Indigenous groups and may include indigenous knowledge systems; traditional ecological knowledge; community/tribal education, health, psychosocial health and wellbeing, housing, and food sovereignty; environmental justice and community sustainability, mass incarceration, etc. While the specific area of research for this position is flexible, the candidate's research should focus on Indigenous peoples with a particular focus on Wisconsin communities (both urban and sovereign nations).
Other desirable attributes include fluency in mixed-methods and community-engaged scholarship. The position requires scholarship, teaching, and service in a department and a program serving undergraduate and graduate students. Successful candidates must have strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to interact with an interdisciplinary and collaborative intellectual community. Native American and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
Degree and area of specialization:
Holds a doctoral degree at the time of appointment in a discipline relevant to the unit and position e.g. psychology, human development and family studies, community/environmental planning, public health, social work, American Indian studies, anthropology, education or related disciplines. Graduate students having obtained ABD status are encouraged to apply but employment is contingent upon completion of degree by July 1, 2019.
Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:
The successful candidate will:
TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION
Application must be received by: FEBRUARY 1, 2019
HOW TO APPLY:
On the UW-Madison job application website (https://jobs.wisc.edu/), please upload a current CV, a detailed cover letter addressing your relevant background for and interest in the position and one academic writing sample. In addition, you will be asked to provide the names and contact information of three references willing to be contacted later for letters of recommendation within the application process. Academic transcripts may be requested from finalists. The deadline for assuring full consideration is FEBRUARY 1, 2019, however the position will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled.
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