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Assistant Professor, Program in Global and Environmental Public Health

Employer
New York University School of Global Public Health
Location
Prince, New York, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Jan 24, 2022

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Climate Change
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Assistant Professor, Program in Global and Environmental Public Health The myriad health effects of global climate change, including
those related to heat waves, food insecurity, vector-borne
diseases, storms, and other natural disasters, require a somewhat
urgent research response on local and global impact assessments and
mitigation strategies. The next generation of researchers will in
many ways help define the response to the ongoing and significant
changes in climate due to human activities.
The School of Global Public Health (GPH) of New York University
is preparing for the next generation of public health leaders with
the critical thinking skills, acumen, and entrepreneurial
approaches necessary to reinvent the public health paradigm. GPH aims to improve health worldwide through a unique blend of
global public health studies, research, and practice.
GPH offers various academic programs at the undergraduate,
masters and doctoral levels. The undergraduate program includes 13
joint majors where students study public health with other relevant
subjects. GPH's CEPH-accredited programs include (among others) the
Master of Public Health (MPH) in various concentrations, the Master
of Science in two concentrations, the PhD in Public Health in one
of four areas of study (Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Social &
Behavioral Sciences, and Public Health Policy & Management),
and a school-wide interdisciplinary DrPH degree.
NYU has an extensive global network of teaching and research
sites throughout the world. These sites include three portal
campuses and 12 global academic centers in Africa, Australia,
China, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America. This
unique arrangement allows GPH to establish and collaborate on
training and degree programs and research efforts worldwide, offers
faculty and students truly unique opportunities to engage in their
research and to study around the world, and informs public health
practice both locally and globally through the exchange of
knowledge.
The Program in Global and Environmental Public Health emphasizes
the development of strong leadership skills while analyzing,
planning, and managing innovative global public health
programs. The program offers three MPH degrees: Global
Health; Environmental Public Health; and the Sustainable
Development Goals. It also offers certificates in Health &
Human Rights, Implementation Science, and Applied Global Public
Health. Faculty in the program collaborate with colleagues in
multiple countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Central
Europe. Faculty in the program also participate in the school-wide,
newly-launched DrPH degree. The Program is interested in
recruiting an outstanding faculty member who can strengthen and
contribute to its research agenda and course offerings. We are
strongly committed to promoting diversity and supporting students,
staff, and faculty from underrepresented
backgrounds.
The program is seeking applications for a tenure track Assistant
Professor faculty position. Candidates are expected to have: (1) a
doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, DrPH, MD, JD) in an area related to
Global and Environmental Public Health - particularly in the
assessment and/or mitigation of the health effects of climate
change, and (2) teaching experience in global and environmental
public health.
Diversity & Inclusion Statement
At NYU we are committed to inclusive excellence. Inclusion
is foundational to scholarly excellence and critical to developing
pathways to training for students traditionally underrepresented in
the academy and/or particular disciplines. The diversity and
inclusion statement offers each applicant the opportunity to
highlight their past, present, and future contributions to creating
inclusive excellence.
We recognize that local contexts vary across departments and
disciplines and that contributions to diversity and inclusion may
take many forms. Efforts to cultivate inclusive excellence
might include, for example, creating opportunities for students,
faculty, and staff traditionally underrepresented in the U.S.
academy and/or particular disciplines; public or primary school
outreach (particularly to underserved communities); contributions
to the diversity of thought and perspective; efforts to increase
inclusion and equity at the university or in the local community;
as well as one's own life experience.
Below are a few examples of contributions to inclusion that
might be developed in a diversity & inclusion statement.
These are by no means exhaustive. Your statement might expand
on how you have gone about:
Fostering inclusion and building pathways in your discipline
by

Creating an inclusive and accessible classroom/course
(including developing your skills for so doing)
Working with campus organizations that support
underrepresented, first-generation, differently-abled or
non-traditional undergraduate or graduate students
Developing discipline or area-specific pathways to majors for
such students (e.g., Women in Science)
Mentoring individual students, faculty or staff from diverse
backgrounds
Training international students or mentoring faculty from
developing countries
Working with your national scholarly organization on diversity,
inclusion or equity issues, or
Broadening the influence of your work for the public and
enhancing underserved communities by
Participating in K-12 classroom, museums, or other afterschool
programming aimed at fostering general education, excitement, and
possibility (particularly in underserved populations)
Providing apprenticeships and internships for pre-college
students
Participating in prison education or other adult education
programs that serve under-resourced populations
Developing educational programming thru the media or social
media
Bringing results of research back to local or international
communities
Participating as a 'public intellectual' on timely issues
Engaging in community activities around education, social
justice, equity, and inclusion.

Qualifications
A Doctoral Degree in Public Health or related field and previous
teaching experience in a higher education environment.
Applicants should have a strong and emerging record of scholarly
achievement. Applied public health experience and/or
global/international work experience in a discipline related to
global and environmental public health is highly desirable.
Applicants are expected to be up to date on current topics in
Global and Environmental Public Health.
Application Instructions
Applicants must submit:

A letter of application that includes:

The candidate's interest in the position;
Views on priority issues in global public health;
and
Why this position in GPH is a good opportunity for the
candidate.

Curriculum vitae
Three letters of reference
Three recent publications
A Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Any additional documents that the candidate would like the
search committee to consider

For further information, please contact: Program Director, Chris
Dickey at chris.dickey@nyu.edu.
Review of applications will continue until the position is
filled.
Application Process This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty
Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive
a free Dossier account and can send all application materials,
including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
For people in the EU, click here for information on your
privacy rights under GDPR: www.nyu.edu/it/gdpr
NYU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to
a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its
recruitment and hiring process without regard to age, alienage,
caregiver status, childbirth, citizenship status, color, creed,
disability, domestic violence victim status, ethnicity, familial
status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital
status, military status, national origin, parental status,
partnership status, predisposing genetic characteristics,
pregnancy, race, religion, reproductive health decision making,
sex, sexual orientation, unemployment status, veteran status, or
any other legally protected basis. Women, racial and ethnic
minorities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender
identity, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are
encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all
levels.
Sustainability Statement
NYU aims to be among the greenest urban campuses in the
country and carbon neutral by 2040. Learn more
at nyu.edu/sustainability The Chronicle of Higher Education. Keywords: Public Health - Assistant Professor, Location: New York, NY - 10003
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