Virginia Tech is expanding its already excellent water program (> 80 faculty in > 15 departments and centers) through addition of seven new full‐time, nine‐month, tenure-track faculty members. The new faculty members will develop significant collaborative research, teaching, and outreach programs in water science, policy, and management. Ensuring sustainable water resources is a complex challenge that requires knowledge in a wide range of academic disciplines; therefore, hires will be made in four departments across two colleges, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Natural Resources and Environment.
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The Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation (FREC) at Virginia Tech is seeking applicants for a 9-month, tenure-track, research and teaching position in Ecohydrological Modeling and Informatics with emphasis in forested landscapes. This position is part of a cluster hire of seven new faculty in water resources across campus. This position will focus on integration and feedbacks among hydrology, ecosystem processes, and human decision-making using modeling and information technology.