The Wheeler Water Institute, a research and policy institute within the Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE) at UC Berkeley School of Law, is seeking to hire a Research Fellow.
Building on UC Berkeley’s history of and commitment to research and public service and
leading environmental law program, CLEE leverages the intellectual resources of Berkeley
Law faculty and students in furtherance of applied scholarship in a variety of environmental and energy law and policy areas. Within this matrix, the Wheeler Water Institute develops interdisciplinary solutions to ensure clean water for California’s future.
The Research Fellow will work with the Wheeler Water Institute on water resources issues.
Specific research areas will depend on the fellow’s background and interests, but will likely include: sustainable groundwater management; water allocation during drought; innovation in the water sector; water data; water security and sustainability institutions; and/or other water management and policy issues. An overarching emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration, including engagement with scientists and engineers, will be central to these projects. The fellow may also work on other water and/or other related initiatives within Wheeler and CLEE more generally, depending on program needs throughout the duration of the fellowship. The fellow must be willing to travel occasionally within California.
The anticipated start date is September 19, 2016. This is a 100%, one-year term contract
position, with the possibility of renewal for a second year contingent upon funding.
This position is open until filled. For details on the position, including required qualifications and application materials, and information about how to apply, please visit
More information on our programs is available at clee.berkeley.edu and wheeler.berkeley.edu. If you have questions about the position, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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