The following job announcement appears in this week's SCIENCE. Please pass
it on to anyone who you think might be interested.
The Department of Biology at Boston University invites applications
for a tenure-track position at the rank of ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE or FULL
PROFESSOR in Population Biology to begin in the fall of 1997, pending
administration approval. The successful candidate will be expected to have
a strong organismal background and use molecular techniques to answer
questions in social behavior, evolution, and/or conservation biology.
Teaching responsibilities include an introductory course in genetics and an
upper-level undergraduate or graduate course in area of specialty.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. with post-doctoral experience, an active
externally-funded research program, and a record of excellence in teaching.
The successful candidate will complement an active group of faculty and
graduate students in the Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution Program, and will
have an opportunity to interact with other vital research groups and
centers in the department and university.
Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae, statements of
teaching and research interests, copies of three major reprints, and three
letters of reference to:
Thomas H. Kunz, Chair
Population Biology Search Committee
Department of Biology
Boston, MA 02215
Application review will begin on December 1, 1996. Closing date is January
Boston University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
John Celenza (617) 353-2445 (voice)
Boston University (617) 353-6340 (fax)
Dept. of Biology celenza at bio.bu.edu
2 Cummington St
Boston, MA 02215