Full-Time Queen’s National Scholar in Indigenous Science
The School of Environmental Studies and the Department of Biology at Queen’s University invite applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in Indigenous Science at the rank of Assistant or early Associate Professor. This position is one of seven being hired through the Queen’s National Scholars program in support of the University’s interdisciplinary Indigenous Studies Program.
We welcome applications from Indigenous persons who are interested in transformative interdisciplinary research and teaching in Biology and Environmental Studies with expertise in one of the following or related areas of study: biodiversity conservation; restoration ecology; aquatic ecology; ethnobotany and human health; sustainability science; environmental planning and assessment; and ecosystem health. Applicants with an integrative approach and/or strong potential for collaboration with colleagues from a diversity of fields are especially encouraged to apply, as are applicants who can integrate use of the Queen’s University Biological Station into teaching and research activities.
Applications are due February 1, 2024. Please see the complete job advertisement for details.
How to ApplyA complete application consists of:
- Cover letter ;
- Current Curriculum Vitae (including publications and other forms of scholarship and creative output);
- Summary of most significant research contributions including demonstrated outreach, network of community collaborations, and outline of future research directions, including use of the Queen’s University Biological Station (maximum 2 pages);
- Statement of teaching interests and experience, especially with respect to land-based learning, and indication of how lands and waters of the Queen’s University Biological Station would be incorporated into teaching activities (maximum 2 pages);
- Statement describing past and planned commitment to promoting Indigenization, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and accessibility in research and teaching (maximum 1 page);
- Contact information for three people who will provide references upon request.
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