Research Scholar in Energy Transition

University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment

Do you believe in a future where people and the planet prosper together? Are you entrepreneurial and interested in building an impactful, collaborative research program in Energy Transition? At the Institute on the Environment we are looking for someone to advance decarbonization pathways to support an equitable energy transition in the Midwest.

The Institute on the Environment (IonE) at the University of Minnesota seeks a Research Scholar in Energy Transition to develop an externally funded engaged-research program to support an equitable energy transition in the Midwest. Applicants are expected to have an area of focus within the energy transition realm that is rooted in interdisciplinary perspectives and will need to articulate how that focus both connects with, and enhances our existing UMN expertise.

This position is part of a cluster hire to enhance the capacity of the University of Minnesota, through the IonE, to pursue interdisciplinary and collaborative research that advances sustainable systems through community-engaged and societally impactful scholarship.

To Apply

To learn more and apply, visit the University’s employment page and search for Job ID 347367 . We are requesting applications by June 10; we will fully consider all applications that are submitted by June 16.

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To apply for this job please visit environment.umn.edu.