tenure track postion, posting 2

chihara chihara at alm.usfca.edu
Fri Feb 2 13:15:26 EST 1996


Bionet jobs seems to be hard to find so here is the posting:

Biology   Microbiology
Pending approval and funding, the Department of Biology at the 
University of San Francisco invites applications for a tenure-track 
position in Microbiology at the Assistant Professor level anticipated to 
begin in the Fall of 1996.
Department:  Primarily undergraduate program with Master's degree 
program. The Biological Sciences at USF include programs in Biology, 
Biochemistry, and Environmental Science, and faculty interests include 
cell and molecular biology, genetics, immunology, ecology, marine 
biology, plant physiology, entomology, human anatomy and physiology, and 
environmental science.
Teaching Responsibilities may include, inter alia, general microbiology 
(for majors or nursing students), advanced courses in microbiology with 
an emphasis in ecological microbiology, microbial remediation, microbial 
physiology or related fields, participation in the General Biology 
course for majors, and participation in the General Education 
Foundations of Natural Science course for non-science majors.
Qualifications: University teaching experience, evidence of scholarship, 
an earned doctorate by Fall 1996 and an understanding of and commitment 
to support the mission of the University are required.  The candidate 
will be expected to guide Master's-level graduate students and to 
develop an independent and ongoing research program.
We particularly encourage minority and women applicants for all 
positions.
The University of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative 
Action Employer, and provides reasonable accommodations to individuals 
with disabilities upon request.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
transcripts (including a list of graduate courses taken or audited; note 
which), brief description of research plans, statement of teaching 
philosophy, evidence of teaching ability (including student evaluations, 
if available), and three letters of recommendation to:
Microbiology Search Committee  c/o Paul K. Chien, Professor and Chair, 
Department of Biology, University of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton Street, 
San Francisco, CA  94117-1080.
Applications must be received by  January 2, 1996,  to ensure their full 
consideration.
Established as San Francisco's first institution of higher learning in
1855, the University of San Francisco presently serves 7,800 students in 
the arts and sciences, business, education, nursing, and law.  The 
University is a private Catholic and Jesuit institution, and 
particularly welcomes candidates who desire to work in such an 
environment.







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