Tenure Track Assistant Professor – Hydrogeology, The Department of Geosciences at The Pennsylvania State University

TENURE-TRACK FACULTY, HYDROGEOLOGY

Campus/Location:  University Park Campus
Date Announced:  10/12/2018
Date Closing:  open until filled
Job Number:  83585
Classification:  Exempt
Work Unit:  College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Department:  Geosciences

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NSF Dear Colleague Letter: NSF ENG, GEO, and SBE Directorates Accepting Proposals for Research Related to the 2018 Hurricane Season

Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor Department: Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State

Hi colleagues,

We have a new faculty opening in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Penn State, focusing on water cycle research.  We have a new graduate program in Climate Science, and are initiating a campus-wide water sciences effort. Please consider applying!  And let me know if you have any questions about the position or Penn State.

Ken

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Kenneth J. Davis

Professor of Atmospheric and Climate Science

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