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The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC) is looking for energetic students with exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills to join our events team. These students will manage on-site responsibilities such as event set-up/break-down and check-in, and serve as extensions of EPIC in order to ensure that our event attendees have a smooth and enjoyable experience. We expect Events Interns to commit to attending and staffing at least four events each quarter, and to regularly supporting the EPIC communications staff with event promotional activities. Students should also have a strong interest in energy/environmental issues and want to become a valuable member of the EPIC network.
The Executive Director will report to the Faculty Directors of E2e: Michael Greenstone (University of Chicago), Chris Knittel (MIT), and Catherine Wolfram (UC Berkeley). There is a strong preference for the Executive Director to be located in Cambridge, MA at MIT. The Executive Director will manage the daily operations of the center and must have a proven record in research management and administration, partnership development, policy engagement and staff management. This is a senior-level position and provides the opportunity to work directly with a network of leading academics and policymakers in the area of energy policy. As E2e continues to be in a growth phase, there is scope for the Executive Director to play an important role in shaping both the direction and operations of what promises to be an influential and scientifically respected research and policy institute.
The Energy and Environment Lab is seeking a research manager based in Delhi to support the social policy research projects designed to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of promising energy and environmental interventions. In specific, the research manager will work on the three winning projects of the Tata Centre-sponsored Urban Labs Innovation Challenge: Delhi.
The Energy Policy Institute at Chicago (EPIC) invites applications for full-time pre-doctoral fellows for the academic year 2017-18. An interdisciplinary research and training center at the University of Chicago, EPIC is contributing innovative solutions to the global energy challenge: How can we ensure that people around the world, today and in the future, have access to reliable, affordable energy needed for human development without putting our health, environment and climate at risk? Previous results from EPIC projects have been influential with policymakers worldwide and featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other leading publications.
The Energy Policy Institute at Chicago (EPIC), with support from the Fuel Freedom Foundation, requests applications for awards to support PhD dissertations at the University of Chicago. Eligible dissertations will be focused on energy policy. Special preference will be given to proposals that focus on the impact of oil consumption on economic activity and welfare and the evolution of transportation technologies and fuels.
EPIC invites applicants for prestigious postdoctoral positions at the Department of Economics for the 2016-2017 year.
Thanks to the generosity of Harris Alumnus John Bartlett, EPIC offers paid internships to students at the Harris School of Public Policy. Internships with EPIC are available for the academic year, as well as for the summer. Interns have the opportunity to assist EPIC faculty with research and data collection, or to conduct their own research project under faculty guidance in the area of environmental and energy economics and policy. While research will be the main focus of the internship, students will also gain experience with grant and proposal writing, communications, and program coordination on an as-needed basis within the Institute.
The College at the University of Chicago invites applications for a full-time Lecturer in Environmental and Urban Studies program. The Lecturer will be expected to contribute to Environmental and Urban Studies major by teaching core and elective courses, mentoring undergraduate theses, supervising internships and experiential programs, participating in Environmental and Urban Studies activities, including the Chicago Studies Quarter, and keeping current with research in the field. The successful candidate will develop coursework that contributes to the Environmental and Urban Studies core curriculum, and builds learning experiences that engages students with relevant professional communities.