Dr. Kelly Heber Dunning, Assistant Professor of Conservation Governance, is hiring a one-year postdoc funded by a National Science Foundation rapid grant looking at COVID-19 impacts in marginalized communities in the South.
Dr. Kelly Heber says, “Any background can apply (social science, science) just looking for enthusiasm and some basic stats. Given the unprecedented, disruptive nature of the pandemic, this could be a good opportunity to wait out the job market and work on something meaningful. Research will be co-created with health policy makers in Southern states. Also, those of you who self-select out of this position thinking you’re not qualified, you probably are. Even if you don’t have basic stats, a willingness to learn can get you very far in life. I believe in you!”
Starts on October 1
Here’s a link to the job posting: https://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/4269
For more information about the Conservation Governance Lab and Dr. Dunning, visit her website: https://kellyheber.com/