The Rutgers University Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences invites applications for a full-time, grant-funded one-year renewable Non-Tenure Track Assistant Research Professor (academic year) with interests in and experience with the use of field, laboratory and statistical approaches to reconstruct Holocene sea level changes. Starting December 1, 2022, the candidate will join the Rutgers University Earth System Science & Policy lab, led by Professor Robert Kopp.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Applicant must hold a PhD in geology, oceanography, or a related discipline.
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