University of Colorado at Boulder.  GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE.

 

Tenure-track/tenured, beginning August 2007.  Assistant/Associate Professor in

GIScience. Ph.D. in Geography or a related discipline is required by the time

of appointment.  Applicants must have strong analytical, quantitative, and

modeling skills and should have a commitment to excellence in both teaching and

research, and to maintaining an active program of funded research.  The

successful candidate will have demonstrated research capabilities linking

Geographic Information Science with applications such as developing places,

urban/regional analysis, economic development, community-based GISystems, land

use or environmental modeling, or resource management.  Teaching

responsibilities focus on undergraduate and graduate classes in GIS principles

and methods, and applications in areas of the applicant’s research

specialization.   The Department maintains excellent teaching lab and research

facilities, and faculty participate actively in many Research Centers and

Institutes on campus.  The University of Colorado and other Boulder

institutions offer rich opportunities for interdisciplinary work in cognate

fields.

 

The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in

education and employment. Members of underrepresented groups are especially

encouraged to apply.

 

We will accept applications until November 15 2006.  Send a letter of interest,

CV, writing samples, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and have three letters

of recommendation sent to:

 

 

Professor Barbara Buttenfield, Chair

GIS Search Committee

Geography Department

260 UCB

University of Colorado

Boulder, CO 80309-0260

Email:  babs@colorado.edu

Fax:  303-492-7501