veselena at eagle.sangamon.edu
Wed Dec 21 10:48:58 EST 1994
Microbial Genetics Position
The Department of Biology at Sangamon State University invites
applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship position beginning
August, 1995. Ph.D. in Genetics, Microbiology or related area is required.
Strong emphasis on excellence in teaching and commitment to research
involving undergraduate and graduate students.
Teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate core curriculum
include microbiology and a capstone genetics course and advanced
microbiology and molocular biology topics at the graduate level. Candidate
is expected to contribute to the molecular focus at the graduate level and
to supervise undergraduate and master's research. Experience in small
college teaching is desireable and an interest to develop excellence in
teaching is expected. Participation in the upper division general education
sequence which is both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary is
Sangamon State University, located in the capital of Illinois, is an
upper-division institution serving juniors, seniors and masters students.
The Biology Program serves a diverse student body ranging from young,
traditional students to the working, adult student. SSU offers small class
size, focus on individualized instruction and commitment to quality
teaching. Emphasis in the Biology curriculum is on both theoretical
background and practical, hands-on experience. A new Health and Sciences
Building provides well-equiped laboratory space, greenhouse, vivarium and an
electron microscopy laboratory with both transmission and scanning
Submit statements of teaching interests and research plans,
curriculum vitae, transcripts and addresses/phone numbers of three
references to Biology Search Committee, HSB 223, Sangamon State University,
Springfield, IL 62794-9243.
SSU is an affirmative action/equal opprotunity employer committed to
serving a multicultural community. Minorities, women, veterans and people
with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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