The Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University is searching for a part‐time lecturer to teach the graduate-level course Energy Policy and the Transformation to Zero Carbon in Fall 2020.
This course will be taught on Thursdays 1-4:30pm, although it is possible to negotiate a different time/day. Instructors must also be willing to offer the course online as needed.
Energy policies reflect vital social goals including national and regional security, physical and environmental health, poverty alleviation, employment creation, manufacturing competitiveness, mobility of people and goods, and increased social justice. This course examines energy from several policy perspectives including the role of energy in community economic development, opportunities associated with technology and policy innovation, and explores programs and policies designed to de-couple economic growth and greenhouse gas emissions.
Candidates should have an Master's degree or PhD in in public policy, urban planning, public health, energy policy, engineering or a related field. Those with real-world practice and energy policy experience are preferred, as well as past teaching at the college-level.
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