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Postdoc Position in Ag Climate Impacts

Postdoctoral Researcher: Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture and Water Resources

The Department of Ecosystem Science & Sustainability and the Department of Soil & Crop Sciences at Colorado State University (CSU) invite applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar to analyze climate change impacts on agriculture and water resources. The postdoc’s primary mentor will be Dr. Nathan Mueller. Resources are available for conference and workshop travel.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in academic publishing, relevant domain expertise, excellent written and oral communication, and considerable experience with quantitative data analysis of environmental and spatial datasets (e.g., using Matlab, R, or Python). A PhD in environmental science or a related discipline is required at the start of the appointment. The start date is flexible.

To apply and view a full position description please visit:
by October 1, 2021, for full consideration.

For more information on the lab group, please visit: For questions related to this position please contact Dr. Nathan Mueller at:

CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

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PhD position(s) for fall 2020

We are recruiting 1-2 graduate students to start fall 2020!

Come join us in beautiful northern Colorado (photo: Rocky Mountain National Park, about an hour away from campus)! Graduate degrees can be pursued through the Ecosystem Sustainability graduate program and the Soil and Crop Sciences graduate program. The preferred application deadline is February 1. More details are on the People page (scroll down to Research Opportunities).