Harvard Invertebrate Position

Cutlereb at aol.com Cutlereb at aol.com
Tue Jun 16 14:48:27 EST 1998


Greetings Colleagues,

Just to make sure this gets a wide distribution I'm sending it to you to
pass along to potential candidates.  D. McHugh has taken another position
at Colgate Univ. in Hamilto, NY so this has become vacant again. Regards,

Ed Cutler
<Cutlereb at aol.com>

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 Faculty Position in Invertebrate Biology Harvard University Department of
 Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

 The Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology seeks to appoint a
 new faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor in the field of
 invertebrate biology. The position will be filled with a specialist on an
 invertebrate group other than insects or mollusks, and will include
 curatorial responsibilities in the Museum of Comparative Zoology as well
 as teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We encourage
 applications from those with strong research backgrounds in physiology,
 genetics, population and community biology, systematics, phylogeny, or
 other aspects of comparative evolutionary biology of invertebrates,
 including those using morphological, cellular, or molecular approaches.

 Applicants should submit, by September 1, 1998, a curriculum vitae, a
 statement of research and teaching interests, representative publications,
 and names and addresses of three references to: Professor Stephen Palumbi,
 Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, 16
 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138.

 Further information about the Department is available at the website:
 http://www.oeb.harvard.edu.

 Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We
 encourage applications from women and minority candidates.

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