Working to make a difference
When you work at the School for Resource and Environmental Studies (SRES), you’re contributing to meaningful initiatives that will improve the lives of future generations. Every day, you’ll help educate committed, enthusiastic students about these important issues. If you choose SRES, you’ll join a team of creative, dedicated professionals, committed to improving how humans use the earth’s resources.
Faculty & sessional positions
As a faculty member or sessional instructor, you have the opportunity to work with outstanding students, gain valuable experience, and communicate and educate on issues of great importance.
- Nothing available at this time
Title: Integrating, modelling, and translating the ecosystem services implications of land use on the Bay of Fundy coast
ResNet Post-doctoral Fellow (L1-PDF1)
Start date: negotiable, ideally September 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter
Salary: $50,000 per annum + benefits
Duration: 2 years
Location: Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, with remote work as needed during COVID Supervisors: Dr. Kate Sherren (Dalhousie) and Jeremy Lundholm (TransCoastal Adaptations/CBWES)
See PDF for more information.
Teaching and research assistants
As a teaching or research assistant, you will gain experience communicating and teaching about issues related to resource and environmental studies.
MES Research Opportunitiy for September 2021
Are you interested in understanding the impacts of food systems, the role that fisheries and aquaculture could play in feeding humanity more sustainably? Are you thinking about grad school for Fall 2021? In partnership with Dr. Friederike Ziegler of the Research Institutes of Sweden, Prof. Peter Tyedmers of the School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University is looking to recruit a keen Masters student to begin studies in September, 2021. See PDF for more information.