Join the Public Lands Policy Group
We are hiring!
We are searching for a research associate (holding an MS with 2 years of experience or PhD) to work on several projects:
1) conducting externally funded research with a diverse team including Indigenous partners and scholars on a new project focused on post-fire governance and management priorities for Indigenous people in the Southwestern US
2) working with the growing CSU Climate Adaptation Partnership to continue to develop research and relationships to support research and community engagement around climate adaptation
3) supporting ongoing research projects related to national forest and fire management
We have flexibility for applicants to focus more or less on these different efforts and would welcome a wide range of applicants who bring diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Click here to view the full job description and apply.
Applications must be received by 9/6/2022.
Working for the PLPG
The PLPG is an active lab with undergraduate researchers, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and research associates. Dr. Schultz and the group meet often to support each other, share ideas, and explore new directions. Graduate students from the PLPG have gone on to work as planners for agencies, researchers with non-profits, staff at land trusts and consulting firms, and law students. The PLPG is a great place for students looking to deepen their knowledge of public policy and public administration in a natural resource management context. All of our research is applied and pragmatic, designed to solve real-world problems.
Follow these links to learn more about our current Staff, Students, and Alumni.
Interested students should contact Dr. Schultz with a statement of interest and a CV.