Interdisciplinary Cluster Hire Focused on High Impact and Severe Weather
School of Meteorology
College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences
The University of Oklahoma
As part of a multi-year College-level effort to become a global leader in Earth System Predictions and Community Resilience Research, the School of Meteorology welcomes applications for a cluster of eight (8) faculty positions from candidates whose experiences and interests have prepared them to be an integral contributor to the advancement of our inclusive and diverse communities engaged in scientific discovery, developing talent, and service to society. The first year of this multi-year hiring initiative is mostly focused on high-impact and severe weather (HISW), while years 2 and 3 will target subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) predictions, and Earth System Modeling (ESM) and Prediction, respectively. This first-year search is coordinated by the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, and includes an additional two (2) appointments in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability (DGES), with one of the eight appointments of this cluster search envisioned as joint between the two academic units.
The full advertisement, including links to apply to the different positions within the cluster, can be found here.
Dr. Amy McGovern
Lloyd G. and Joyce Austin Presidential Professor, School of Computer Science and School of Meteorology
Director, NSF AI Institute for Research on Trustworthy AI in Weather, Climate, and Coastal Oceanography
University of Oklahoma