Founded in 1943 and a Johns Hopkins division since 1950, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) has been educating global leaders for 60 years. As a highly selective graduate institution with a distinguished faculty, SAIS consistently ranks as one of the top schools of international relations in the world. SAIS was founded to provide a practical approach to training students in international leadership and foreign relations, and to provide mid-career educational opportunities for those already working in related fields. Today, SAIS offers the M.A., M.I.P.P., and Ph.D. degrees and enrolls 650 full-time students in Washington, D.C., primarily in the school's two-year Master of Arts program. Nearly 40 percent of the students are non-citizens coming from more than 70 countries. About 200 students attend SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy, while about 180 students attend the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China. To learn more about SAIS, visit www.sais-jhu.edu.
The Position SAIS is seeking to fill a position of director of the Energy, Resources, and Environment (ERE) Program. The ERE program is among the largest at SAIS and focuses on teaching, research and policy analysis related to global energy issues, international resource management and environmental concerns. The position is open to all applicants in any field at the associate or full professor level. The goal is to fill the position by the fall 2014 semester.
The ideal applicant will be a person with strong academic credentials whose work combines outstanding research and excellence in teaching with an interest in current public policy issues related to energy, resources, and/or the environment. Program leadership experience is highly desirable. This is either tenure track or tenured at the associate professor rank; or a tenured position at the full professor rank.
A letter of application and a curriculum vitae should be submitted to: SAISEREProfSearch@jhu.edu or mailed to Energy, Resources, and Environment Professor Search Committee, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20036 (electronic submissions preferred). Applications will be reviewed beginning October 15, 2013 and applications will be accepted until a decision is made.
Visit the SAIS website at www.sais-jhu.edu. Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students. All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.
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