The Center for Local and State Policy (CLASP) Ball State University invites applications for a full-time 2-year qualitative postdoctoral scholar position funded by the USDA through an Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) grant, starting August 2021. The successful candidate will collaborate on an interdisciplinary, mixed-methods, multi-university research project on the role of community-level assets in the livelihood strategies of low-income rural households. Applicants should have a PhD in rural sociology, sociology, public policy, demography, applied economics, or a related field, and experience with case study methodology. This postdoc will work closely with Emily Wornell (Ball State University) and Paul Lewin (University of Idaho) to collect and analyze data from three case studies in Indiana, including: survey analysis, key informant interviews, community interviews, and focus groups. Field work should be expected.
For details and to apply visit: https://bsu.peopleadmin.com/postings/23905