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Employment Opportunities

Research Scholar - Carbon Pricing and Revenues

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs seeks a Research Scholar to contribute to a major research initiative on carbon pricing and revenues. More information can be found here.

 

Internship Opportunities

Research Assistants (for Spring 2017) 

The Center on Global Energy Policy recruits general Research Assistants (RAs) for semester-based internships. RAs are given a wide range of assignments, including: conducting research, providing operational support, attending meetings, and writing memos on a variety of energy, economic, geopolitical and environmental issues. More information and the RA application can be found here. 

Social Media Assistant (for Spring 2017)

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia SIPA is looking for a Social Media Assistant to help generate visibility and heighten awareness of the Center, its research, events and experts during Spring 2017. More information and the complete application can be found here.


Visiting Scholars Program 

In recognition of their work in energy-related disciplines, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosts a Visiting Scholars Program at Columbia University, which is open to those who are faculty members from other universities, independent researchers (at the Ph.D. level or its equivalent), and other professionals working in the field. During their visit, we strongly encourage all Visiting Scholars to present on their research efforts and to participate in CGEP events and programming. 

Visiting Scholar is a courtesy title that does not signify any formal association with the University. Individuals named to this title may not claim a University affiliation for the purpose of applying for grants and contracts and should not represent themselves in their publications and correspondence as having a University affiliation. They should not include this designation on their curricula vitae. Visiting Scholar status carries no stipend or fellowship.  Individuals may be named Visiting Scholars for up to one year, while renewals for a second year are granted only in exceptional cases. More information on the Visiting Scholars Program can be found here.