Genetics Position

Douglas Easton dpeaston at wzrd.com
Sat Dec 7 11:34:37 EST 1996


GENETICIST
                                    
                    STATE UNIVERSITY (SUNY)COLLEGE AT BUFFALO


Applications are invited for a tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
to begin September 1997.  We are seeking a colleague who is
enthusiastic about teaching undergraduates.  Teaching
responsibilities will include Genetics, Introductory Biology for
non-majors, and either Botany or Cell Biology.  The successful
candidate will be expected to develop an active research program
involving undergraduate and master's students.  Applicants must
have a Ph.D., and postdoctoral teaching and research experience
is preferred but not required.


The State University College at Buffalo (Buffalo State College)
is the largest arts and science college in the SUNY system with
an enrollment of 13,000 students (including 2000 in graduate
programs).  The campus is located in a residential district in
the city of Buffalo.  The Department of Biology enrolls about 250
undergraduate and about 30 graduate students in MA and MSEd
programs.  Of our 16 faculty, one-half have received their
doctorates within the last 13 years.  We maintain greenhouse
facilities, environmental chambers and research laboratories. 
The College's newly renovated Aquatic Research Laboratory
provides laboratories and research vessels to faculty and
students.


Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with a thoughtful
statement of teaching philosophy, research goals and three
letters of recommendation by January 20, 1997 to:


Dr. Randal Snyder, Chair of Search Committee, Department of
Biology, Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, NY
14222.  Email: SNYDERRJ at SNYBUFAA.CS.SNYBUF.EDU  Telephone: 716-
878-4314.   We especially encourage applications from women and
minorities.



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