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U of S water research seeking candidates for five new faculty positions

Photo: Meewasin Valley Authority, Saskatoon
February 03, 2011

Please note that no further applications for these positions are being accepted at this time.

The University of Saskatchewan School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS) is inviting applications for up to five full-time tenure-track faculty positions.

Successful candidates will join a core interdisciplinary science and modeling team to support development of a $30-million research program within the University’s new Global Institute for Water Security (under development) led by Canada Excellence Research Chair in Water Security (CERC) Howard Wheater.

This exciting initiative builds on a long history of national leadership in hydrology, aquatic toxicology and other water-related expertise at the U of S that includes more than 65 faculty and five research chairs and world-class facilities such as the Centre for Hydrology, the Toxicology Centre, and the Canadian Light Source synchrotron.

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