The UW–Madison Office of Sustainability and Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies are hiring a sustainability lecturer. The deadline for ensuring full consideration is April 14, 2023. I would appreciate it if you would share this position with relevant networks and contacts that might be interested.
The sustainability lecturer will play a key role in expanding sustainability education at UW–Madison by teaching existing courses at the Nelson Institute, such as Life Cycle Assessment and Introduction to Sustainability, as well as new offerings, such as the capstone course for the graduate sustainability certificate. The sustainability lecturer will also teach four credits over the summer, including Community Service in Sustainability.
The sustainability lecturer will also join a vibrant community of faculty, staff, and students. The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies boasts faculty from across campus involved in interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach, and offers a range of sustainability-related courses and certificates. The Office of Sustainability is the institutional hub for operational and administrative sustainability efforts as well as campus-wide engagement, and also administers a campus sustainability intern program and a student-focused Green Fund.
I've included a link to the listing; applications can be submitted through Jobs @ UW Madison. For further information or questions, please contact Professor Matt Ginder-Vogel, Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: The minimum salary listed on the PVL is not the minimum salarly that this position is expected to pay. It is the minimum possible salary for this title level at the entire university. We value sustainability expertise more than that.