...would you possibly be able to make mention of the following
position, which we're now advertising? We're looking for someone
who thinks about issues of sustainability in a way that, in some
fashion, involves a critique of contemporary economics and an
envisioning of a "new" economics.
Depts. of Environmental
Science and Political Science
Meadville, PA 16335
The Department of Environmental Science at Allegheny
College seeks a tenure-track teacher/scholar in environmental,
institutional, sustainable, or ecological economics. The
candidate must be an excellent teacher whose work explores
concepts of sustainability, economics, desirable future
conditions, and possible paths to these conditions. The
successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory
environmental science courses and advanced courses in sustainable
economics. Other potential courses include women and the
environment, social justice, economic geography, and economic development.
Allegheny College is a very selective, private liberal
arts college with an undergraduate enrollment of approximately
1750. The Department of Environmental Science, established over
20 years ago, consists of six faculty, four with joint
appointments. The Department directs undergraduate programs in
Environmental Science and Environmental Studies, and is exploring
an innovative program in Environmental Sustainability.
The selection process begins 31 January 1994. Send
letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching
philosophy in an undergraduate liberal arts setting, and three
letters of reference to: Dr. Eric Pallant, Chair, Dept. of
Environmental Science, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA 16335.
Phone: 814-332-2870. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Allegheny College is an equal-opportunity employer.
Applications from women and members of minority groups are