POSITIONS: Ecologists, Cal State Univ. Los Angeles
rdeshar at calstatela.edu
Wed Oct 17 08:28:40 EST 2001
Department of Biology and Microbiology, California State University, Los
Angeles seeks two tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSORS starting Fall 2002.
Successful applicants are expected establish a productive externally
funded research program and participate in the Center for Environmental
Analysis (http://cea-crest.calstatela.edu/) an NSF funded center
conducting multidisciplinary environmental research and instruction.
Core facilities provide greenhouse culture, marine and freshwater
culture, animal care, DNA sequencing, image processing, GIS analysis,
and simulation modeling. Individual research space is provided.
Relocation expenses and competitive start-up funds are available.
Teaching opportunities include introductory classes, courses in the
areas of specialty, and graduate seminars. Applications should include
curriculum vitae, statements of research interests and teaching
philosophy, and three letters of recommendation. Review of applications
begins 1 October 2001 and continues until the positions are filled.
The successful candidate will apply molecular techniques to
non-microbial taxa to address evolutionary, ecological, or environmental
questions. Submit application or questions to Dr. Carlos Robles,
Director of CEA-CREST, Molecular Ecologist Search Committee, California
State University, Los Angeles, CA 90032-8201. FAX: 323 343-5795.
E-mail: crobles at calstatela.edu.
The successful candidate will be a broadly trained scientist applying
microbial methods to ecological or environmental questions at any
organizational level (molecules, organisms, populations, or ecosystems).
Submit application or questions to Dr. John Gamon, Microbial Ecologist
Search Committee, Department of Biology and Microbiology, California
State University, Los Angeles, CA 90032-8201. FAX: 323 343-6451.
E-mail: jgamon at calstatela.edu.
An Equal Opportunity / Title IX Employer. Reasonable accommodations may
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