PhD assistantship in offshore wind social science at the University of Rode Island, department of Marine Affairs.

Announcement for a funded research assistantship in Marine Affairs at URI. Our hope is to find candidates who are able to start work in May 2022.
 
They are currently recruiting candidates for a funded PhD position working on two mixed-methods projects related to offshore wind development. Project 1
investigates the messaging, networks and community engagement efforts
surrounding two offshore wind developments in New England. Project 2
investigates questions of justice and the impacts of offshore wind
developments on indigenous and non-indigenous communities in the Northeast
U.S.
 

The successful candidate will be co-advised by Dr. David Bidwell and Dr.
Emily Diamond at the University of Rhode Island, will work with other
collaborators from other institutions, and will interact with diverse
communities. Three years of funding is guaranteed, with the student working
20 hours/week on the two projects.
 
Interested candidates should apply to the Marine Affairs
<https://web.uri.edu/maf/> PhD program at URI, preferably by January 15th:
https://web.uri.edu/cels-gradprograms/marine-affairs-ph-d-program/

Lecturer position in anthroengineering at London South Bank University

The Division of Mechanical Engineering and Design at London South Bank University is hiring a new lecturer with a focus on anthroengineering (job posting here). 
The lecturer will be expected to aid in the delivery of our MSc in Anthroengineering in Sept 2022. The course, found here, will focus mostly on biomechanics and end-user design/design anthropology. The ideal candidate would have experience combining engineering and anthropology in their research, but candidates from a variety of relevant backgrounds will be considered. 

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