The environmental and ocean sciences major, offered by the Department of Environmental and Ocean Sciences, is intended for students interested in the natural world, with three distinct pathways that focus on marine ecology, environmental sciences or environmental studies. All pathways are designed with an interdisciplinary approach, either within the natural sciences (marine ecology and environmental science pathways) or across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities (environmental studies pathway). The curriculum trains students to apply the scientific method to study critical environmental issues while promoting ethical judgment and behavior as it relates to the scientific process, environmental awareness, and the role humans play within the dynamic earth system.
University of San Diego Environmental and Ocean Science Dept. is hiring an Assistant Professor in Applied GIS as part of a diversity cluster hire
For details go to https://jobs.sandiego.edu/cw/en-us/job/494597/assistant-professor-in-applied-gis.
Aquatic Ecology - Diversity Post-Doctoral Fellowship. The Biology Department at the University of San Diego seeks a recent Ph.D. who has a proven record and commitment to empowering students from communities that are underrepresented in academia through research, creative activity, teaching, service and/or mentoring. We are especially interested in advancing perspectives of African Americans, American Indian/Alaskan Natives, Filipinas/os/x, Chicanas/os/x, Latinas/os/x and/or Pacific Islanders