Educational and Employment Opportunities
The UREx SRN is hiring staff, postdoctoral fellows, graduate fellows and undergraduate students across the network. Watch this space for opportunities.
Postdoctoral fellows will be full participants in annual All-Hands meetings, receive training in science communication and leadership, and lead the development of research projects. The goal of this training program is to provide an environment and programs in which diverse people (in terms of career stage, sector, ethnicity, culture, and discipline) may collaboratively learn about the impacts of extreme events on urban areas and how to promote the resilience of urban SETS infrastructure.
Inquiries: Prospective postdoctoral fellows should contact the mentor(s) listed in the table below. Hiring will be subject to the policies and procedures of the respective institutions. For full position details, click the link under the “Apply here” column.
|Institution||Mentor(s)||Topic (Apply Here)|
|The New School||Timon McPhearson||Scenarios Modeling|
Graduate Associateship Opportunities
We announce opportunities for Graduate Associates to work with an exciting multi-institutional, interdisciplinary research project—Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network (UREx SRN)—focused on generating the knowledge and promoting actions that will ensure resilience of cities in the face of extreme events. The UREx graduate program will be distributed among ten institutions with degree programs in ecology, social science, engineering, physical science, and sustainability. The cities in this network include Baltimore MD, Hermosillo (Sonora, Mexico), Miami FL, New York NY, Phoenix AZ, Portland OR, San Juan PR, Syracuse NY, and Valdivia (Chile).
Graduate associates will have access to the opportunities as described above, but will not receive academic year stipends. They will be eligible to apply for UREx summer funding, small UREx research grants for graduate students, international experiences, and travel to UREx meetings. Associates will participate in the ongoing Urban Resilience Reading Group with their peers.
To apply: Students apply individually to work with mentors for graduate programs and institutions in which they are interested (see Table below). Students are encouraged to contact prospective mentors included in this Table as soon as possible.
RULA IRES Opportunity
The Resilient Urban Latin America (RULA) International Research Experience for Students (IRES) project offers one undergraduate and three graduate students the opportunity to conduct eight to ten weeks of onsite research in a Latin American or Caribbean urban community facing climate extremes. For a full description, including the application process, see here.