Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development (CQGRD) invites applicants for a research scientist position

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The Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development (CQGRD) is the educational research arm of Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture. The Center draws on the intellectual resources of other Georgia universities, including Emory University, Georgia State University, University of Georgia, Mercer University, and Clark Atlanta University, and helps achieve a superior and sustainable quality of life through the generation of new knowledge in land development policy, city and regional planning, architecture and community design, transportation systems, and environmental resources management. To realize this vision, the Center is dedicated to the study, dissemination and implementation of ideas and technology that improve both the theory and practice of quality growth. 

CQGRD is currently accepting applications for a research scientist position. The successful candidate  will work with an established research team to conduct research in accordance with the Center's Strategic planning areas, including transportation and infrastructure, healthy places, land development and regional governance, air quality and natural environment, and community design and architecture. In addition to conducting research on quality growth and related issues, the position requires the ability to write successful grant proposals, technical reports, and manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals, and provide management and project oversight.

Please click here to visit the official job site for more information and to apply. 


  • Workflow Status:Published
  • Created By:Jessie Brandon
  • Created:06/02/2014
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016


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