Developmental Biology at Georgetown

anne rosenwald rosenwaa at georgetown.edu
Thu Oct 12 12:43:06 EST 2000


TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION
IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
The Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track
position to commence August 2001 at the assistant professor level.  The
Department seeks an energetic investigator, well trained in
developmental biology.  The individual selected will be expected to
teach two courses annually, including a one-semester advanced course in
development and a second course of interest to the candidate.  The
successful applicant is expected to establish a grant-supported research
program involving both undergraduate and graduate students.  Enthusiasm
for instruction of undergraduate and graduate students is essential.
To apply include: (1) your CV, (2) names of three individuals who are
familiar with your potential as a teacher and independent research
scientist, (3) a short summary of your research achievements and
projected research, and (4) a statement describing your teaching
philosophy and proposed courses.  Please send applications by November
15, 2000 to Development Search Committee, Box 571229, Department of
Biology, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057-1229.

Georgetown University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer.



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