The Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy is excited to announce an upcoming national search for a permanent director. The program has been led by interim directors Harrison Fell and Roger von Haefen since Laura Taylor’s departure in 2018.
CEnREP serves as a focal point for environmental and resource economics research on NC State University’s campus and supports prominent research endeavors such as Camp Resources. The director should be an internationally recognized scholar in the field of environmental and resource economics who will foster applied research relevant to North Carolina. The new director will work with ARE and CALS leadership to shape CEnREP’s future direction but should continue ongoing efforts that promote interdisciplinary research. Classroom responsibilities include teaching two courses per year. Student advising at both the graduate and undergraduate levels is also expected. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
The candidate must have a Ph.D. in economics, agricultural economics, or related field. A distinguished record of research that merits tenure in ARE is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have: 1) significant prior experience that demonstrates excellence in teaching, student mentoring, grantsmanship, and leadership/administration; 2) achieved the rank of associate or full professor with tenure (or equivalent); 3) the ability to engage in outreach and interdisciplinary research; and 4) Research interests that intersect with the department’s expertise in environmental, resource and agricultural economics. This position is a nine-month research (65%), teaching (35%), tenured appointment.
For more information, reach out to Roger von Haefen.