Postdoc on the human dimension of the Gulf oil disaster
Well, I haven’t been too active on the blog of late but I do plan to get back into posting very soon. First of all though I’d like to circulate this announcement of a possible postdoctoral position with the Social and Environmental Research Institute investigating the human impact of the Gulf oil disaster. It would seem like a very worthwhile applied anthro topic.
In the near future SERI will possibly be getting involved in social science
research on the human dimensions of the Gulf oil disaster. Depending on
grant and contract funding we may be looking to hire social science
researcher(s) at the post-doctoral or doctoral (post-candidacy) level. The
larger of these projects could be a full time job for one year. It would
require spending two week periods in the Gulf region 3-5 times in the coming
year. Work location is negotiable, but being accessible to the SERI office
is an advantage.
At this time we are soliciting statements of interest from qualified people.
Please send a brief letter and CV to: Thomas Webler firstname.lastname@example.org
The Social and Environmental Research Institute is a 501(c)(3) public
foundation committed to research for the public interest.