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James Martin Professorship of Technology and Social Change

///James Martin Professorship of Technology and Social Change

James Martin Professorship of Technology and Social Change

University of Oxford – James Martin Professorship of Technology and Social Change

Applications are invited for the above post in the James Martin Institute at the Saïd Business School with effect from as early a date as may be arranged. The person appointed will have an exceptional research record in the area of science and technology studies and policy with an emphasis on technology and society

The role of the James Martin Institute is to identify science and technology issues likely to play especially critical roles in shaping the future world of civilisation and to initiate and conduct research directed at finding opportunities for humanity to shape a brighter future for itself and the natural environment on which it depends. The Saïd Business School, the University of Oxford’s business school, is rapidly establishing itself as one of Europe’s leading centres for management education. The school offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses, with the MBA as its flagship programme.

A non‑stipendiary fellowship at Brasenose College is attached to the professorship.

Further particulars, including details of how to apply, are available from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the Registrar, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD (Tel. Oxford (01865) 270200). The closing date is Monday 1 November 2004.

James Martin Institute for Science and Civilization Saïd Business School University of Oxford Park End Street OXFORD OX1 1HP www.martininstitute.ox.ac.uk

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