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Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Communication

The Department of Communication at the University of Utah invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Environmental Communication, effective July 1, 2018. The strongest candidates will have a promising research record in Environmental Communication that complements the Department’s current foci in Environmental Communication and contributes to the CommSHER (Science, Health, Environmental, and Risk) area of emphasis more broadly. They will perform scholarship that increases knowledge of communication practices, have expertise in qualitative or rhetorical approaches to research, develop a national and international reputation for scholarship in Environmental Communication, and evince a broad awareness and appreciation of the discipline of Communication across the areas of research represented in the Department. Expertise in qualitative research methods is highly desirable, but other approaches will be considered. A focus on environmental justice is particularly valued, although many different foci areas are welcome, including environmental movements, climate change, international environmentalism, environmental protests and social media, public participation processes, more-than-human rhetorics, ecological media campaigns, and displaced communities.

New deadline Consuming the Environment, 3-5 December

The deadline for submission of abstracts to the conference in Sweden: Consuming The Environment 2017 - multidiciplinary approaches to urbanization and vulnerability, 3-5 December 2017 has been prolonged.  

New deadline is 8 September 2017. Please consult our website for more information about speakers, travel grant etc.


Communications & Outreach Specialist

Do you love helping people understand complex issues, encouraging change, and finding creative ways to make a real difference?

Thurston County's Stormwater Utility is seeking a dynamic, mid-career Communication and Outreach Specialist to assist with designing, developing, and deploying outreach campaigns and educational materials addressing some of the biggest sources of non-point pollution threatening the health of our lakes, streams, groundwater, and Puget Sound. This position works within the Education and Outreach II classification for the Resource Stewardship Water Resources Division.

We provide services, technical assistance, and information about stormwater management and related environmental impacts to a wide variety of stakeholders living and working in the County's unincorporated areas. We also collaborate regionally with other municipalities, partner organizations, community groups, and volunteers to leverage resources and meet shared goals.

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