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EMAP Visiting Scholar Fellowship at the University of Houston (2011-2012)
 

Summary: EMAP Visiting Scholar Fellowship
at the University of Houston (2011-2012)
The Energy Management and Policy Group (EMAP) at the University of
Houston announces a visiting scholar fellowship for the 2011-2012
academic year. The appointment may be for one or both semesters or for a
shorter stay. The recipient will present an endowed lecture, take part in
activities of the EMAP Group, and work with students. An applicant should
have strong academic credentials in law, business, or the social sciences,
with an ongoing research agenda on energy-related issues.
EMAP is an interdisciplinary group of scholars with a global focus who
study issues raised by energy/environmental management and policy. It
includes six major centers on the University of Houston campus: the Global
Energy Management Institute in the Bauer College of Business; the Energy,
Natural Resources and Environment Center in the Law Center; the Hobby
Center for Public Policy; the Center for Public History; TIMES (The Texas
Institute for Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics; and Global Studies in
the Bauer College of Business. Individual faculty members from other
departments on campus are also included. EMAP is a part of UH-Energy, a
broader initiative that encourages collaboration among all faculty members
with interests in energy and the environment.

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology