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Postdoc in Agriculture, Water, or Energy

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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN AGRICULTURE, WATER OR ENERGY AVAILABLE AT YALE UNIVERSITY –
For questions, please contact David Skelly (david.skelly@yale.edu)

Yale is one of six universities participating in the NatureNet Science postdoctoral program sponsored
by the Nature Conservancy. The goal of the program is to foster translational research around topics
critical to the mission of the Nature Conservancy.

Applications will close October 1st.

Appointments will be made around one of three themes (agriculture, water and energy) described in
greater detail at the links below. The terms of the fellowship (one year with a second year available
based on good progress) include a generous salary ($50K per year plus benefits) and a fund of $20K
towards research and travel expenses. Depending on the project there is potential for some additional
funding.

Applicants should identify and get in contact with a Yale faculty member with whom they would be
interested in working. The application itself is brief. Advisers may come from any part of Yale.  Some
likely mentors may be found in the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
(http://environment.yale.edu/), the Yale Climate and Energy Institute (http://climate.yale.edu/), the
Center for Business and Environment at Yale (http://cbey.yale.edu/) and the Energy Sciences Institute
(http://westcampus.yale.edu/research/science-medicine-engineering/institutes/energy-sciences)

More information about the program may be found here:
http://www.nature.org/ourscience/naturenet-science-fellowship.xml

Details about the application process are provided here:
http://www.nature.org/ourscience/naturenet-science-fellowship-application-guidelines.xml

If you have questions, please contact david.skelly@yale.edu

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