[unav_all] Solid Earth Geosciences at Georgia Tech

Andrew Newman anewman at gatech.edu
Mon Oct 2 12:24:42 MDT 2006

The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) invites applications 
for a tenure-track faculty position in Solid Earth Geoscience. 
Candidates working in the following areas are particularly encouraged to 
apply: seismology, large-scale geodynamics, planetary geophysics and 
remote sensing, landscape evolution, and geologic hazards. Outstanding 
candidates at all levels will be considered, and mid-career senior 
scientists are especially encouraged to apply. We are seeking candidates 
who are interested in working in an interdisciplinary academic and 
research environment that includes atmospheric science, climate, 
oceanography, geochemistry, and geophysics. The Georgia Institute of 
Technology, one of the consistently top ranked educational/research 
institutions in the country, is undergoing significant growth in the 
earth and atmospheric sciences. The School of Earth and Atmospheric 
Sciences currently has 28 FTE faculty members, 92 graduate students, and 
72 undergraduate students and has excellent facilities in the new 
265,000 square-foot Environmental Science and Technology Building. For 
more information about our School and academic programs, visit 

Applicants should send an application letter, curriculum vitae, a 
statement of research and teaching interests, and the names and contact 
information for at least three references. Application materials and 
requests for information should be directed to:

Dr. Andrew Newman
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0340
(404) 894-3976
andrew.newman at eas.gatech.edu

Applications will be considered beginning November 15, 2006, but the 
search will continue until the position is filled. Georgia Tech is a 
unit of the University System of Georgia and an equal 
education/employment opportunity institution.

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