A Research Assistant Professor will support the Martin School mission in a variety of ways, including but not limited to:
Research: Grant funded research, which will include working with co-investigators in developing research designs, collecting, cleaning, and analyzing data, and collaborating in the writing of research papers and briefs. The individual may also oversee graduate students in the work on grant funded research. Research Proposals and Research Coordination: Development of grant proposals including his/her own grant proposals, and the individual will also assist in the coordination of grant proposals and grant development for Martin School faculty. This will include working with the University’s Office of Sponsored Research to develop budgets and logistic support for the faculty member’s proposals
Service: The research faculty is expected to contribute the overall environment of learning and research in the Martin School through service.
IEBC (Internal Employee Being Considered)
a Ph.D. in Economics or in a closely related field
Required Related Experience
at least two years of research experience as a postdoctoral scholar or similar position