Phipps is seeking a full-time Ecopsychologist to support the Phipps Research Institute in taking an integrative, multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the impact of connections between people and their environment, and human and ecological health and wellness through research. Research will include fostering connections to nature and understanding the motivations behind pro-environmental behavior change with a goal to bridge the gap in our understanding between the built and natural environments and effects on mental and physical well-being. The Ecopsychologist will report to the Director of Research and Science Education and will work collaboratively with several departments, including Research, Horticulture, and Studio Phipps, as well as develop collaboration

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