The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University invites applications for the Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows Program, with start dates as early as February 2022. The visiting fellows program at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment supports distinguished visitors who can contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the Andlinger Center and strongly support its core mission.
Applicants must propose a plan of activities to engage with the Andlinger Center and broader Princeton community in ways that will significantly enrich the Center’s research and/or educational programs. Such a plan should extend beyond simply advancing the visitor’s career development, research, teaching, or advancing a single collaborator’s research. Examples include:
- Collaboration supporting research with a team of Andlinger Center jointly appointed or associated faculty and/or research staff members on projects that strongly advance core research areas at the Andlinger Center:
o built environment, transportation + infrastructure;
o electricity production, transmission + storage;
o fuels + chemicals;
o environmental sensing + remediation;
o decision + behavioral science, policy + economics.
- Guest lecturing and/or teaching an Andlinger Center energy studies (ENE) or ENE-cross-listed course, with the goal of having the course material absorbed into a permanent ENE or ENE-cross-listed course that will ensure sustained benefit for Princeton students. Note that all teaching appointments require approval by the Office of the Dean of the Faculty.
- Presenting and/or organizing a series of talks or workshops designed to augment conversation and expand expertise around key areas of interest to a broad spectrum of Andlinger Center associated faculty, research staff and students.
Applications are encouraged from visitors with substantive expertise in energy and environmental issues from a variety of backgrounds, including industry, government, academia, and/or non-governmental organizations.
Visitors are not required to teach, but they may seek to teach an approved course in their area of expertise or guest lecture in Andlinger Center courses under course code ENE, or in ENE cross-listed undergraduate and graduate courses taught by Princeton faculty.
Applicants must submit required materials at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/22801
- Applications are encouraged before January 3, 2022, when review will commence
- Applicants must submit the following materials:
o Curriculum vitae, including a list of publications or other professional accomplishments;
o Proposal of planned activities;
o List of potential collaborators with a brief description of the possible collaboration.
- Applicants must identify a Princeton sponsor with whom they should discuss and develop fellowship plans. Appropriate sponsors include Andlinger Center faculty, associated faculty and senior researchers, who can be located in our research community.
- As part of the applications, the Princeton sponsor will be asked by the Andlinger Center to submit a letter of support highlighting the applicant’s unique attributes and merit of their proposed fellowship activities.
Duration and Funding
The nominal duration for the visit is one academic semester; shorter or longer appointments will be considered on an individual basis. Fellows coming without the financial support of their regular employer will be offered full stipend based on experience and/or rank, as determined by the Office of the Dean of Faculty, who determines the salary on the basis of current academic rank and award duration. Appointment rank at Princeton is determined on the basis of seniority and current institutional affiliation. In accordance with university policy, employment and salary verification and visitor participation agreements are required of all appointees.