JOB IN INSECT ECOLOGY

Stewart Berlocher qms1.life.uiuc.edu
Sun Nov 12 22:32:23 EST 1995


**JOB ADVERTISEMENT**JOB ADVERTISEMENT**JOB ADVERTISEMENT**

        **ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - Insect Ecologist**

      **University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign**

    **APPEARING IN THE NOVEMBER 10TH ISSUE OF SCIENCE**

The Department of Entomology at the University of Illinois 
at Urbana-Champaign has a full-time tenure-track position 
available at the rank of assistant professor for an insect 
ecologist, starting August 1996. Candidates should have a 
Ph.D. and expertise in insect-plant interactions at any 
level of biotic organization (molecular, physiological, 
population, community, ecosystem, or evolutionary ecology). 
Experience in applied entomology is desirable; a strong 
background in basic biology is essential. Responsibilities 
include maintaining an active research program and teaching 
at the undergraduate and graduate level. Salary will be 
commensurate with experience. Qualified individuals are 
invited to submit vitae, statements of research and 
teaching interests, and four letters of recommendation to: 
Stewart H. Berlocher, Chair; Search Committee; Department 
of Entomology; University of Illinois; 320 Morrill Hall; 
505 S. Goodwin; Urbana, IL 61801-3795; Telephone (217) 333-
2929; FAX (217) 244-3499. In order to receive full 
consideration, application materials must be received by 
January 3, 1996. Interviews may be conducted before the 
closing date, but no final decision will be made before 
that time. The University of Illinois is an Affirmative 
Action/Equal Opportunity employer.



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