New CLUE Faculty Position: Assistant Professor – Climate Resilience Engineer

November 2, 2023

New CLUE Faculty Position: Assistant Professor – Climate Resilience Engineer

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The Assistant Professor – Climate Resilience Engineer position is within the Center for Land Use Efficiency (CLUE) in IFAS. As such, this faculty member will work in partnership with other faculty members in CLUE and with stakeholders on climate resilience topics. The individual will work closely with the Center for Land Use Efficiency faculty, colleagues in Gainesville, and Research and Education Centers to develop a competitive research and Extension program. They will be developing research and Extension programs, contributing services to the profession and community, collaborating with others at UF and externally, and mentoring graduate students.

The effects of climate change on agriculture and natural resources, including water, land, and soil, are major concerns in Florida and globally. The faculty member will improve the climate resilience of Florida by assessing, monitoring, and predicting the current and potential climate change impacts on natural resources, urbanizing land use and agriculture of the State of Florida and developing mitigation and adaptation strategies. Research findings are expected to also have global relevance.

Among the requirements for this position, a doctorate in agricultural, biological, civil, environmental, or geological engineering, or a closely related discipline is required. Candidates must have evidence of experience in assessing or mitigating climate change-related impacts on natural resources, agricultural land use, and urbanizing land use.

Read the full job description at Careers at UF.

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