Assistant Professor Position

Dr. George Bowes bowes at nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu
Fri Oct 10 14:41:45 EST 1997


The following tenure-accruing position is available in the Department of
Botany at the University of Florida.  Postdocs with research interests in
some aspect of photosynthesis would be very appropriate candidates for this
position. Formal application should be by mail, though questions by email
about the job are welcome.

Assistant Professor
University of Florida, Gainesville
The Department of Botany at the University of Florida invites applications
for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor in PLANT PHYSIOLOGY to begin in
August 1998.  Preference will be given to applicants with postdoctoral
experience who incorporate molecular techniques in some aspect of stress
physiology, or in a research area that complements the Department's
strengths in signal transduction, photosynthesis, and plant responses to the
environment. The University and Department place a high priority on
teaching, thus candidates will be expected to have excellent communication
skills, and a strong commitment  to both undergraduate and graduate
teaching.  Applicants should arrange to have a curriculum vitae, brief
statements of  future research goals and teaching philosophy, reprints of
published papers, and three letters of recommendation mailed to: Plant
Physiology Search Committee, Department of Botany, 220 Bartram Hall,
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-8526. Applications will be
accepted through November 30, 1997.  For questions, e-mail Dr. George Bowes:
bowes at nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu. Further information, including details about
the Department and the University, is available on the Web:
http//www.clas.ufl.edu/botany/ and  http//www.ufl.edu.  The University of
Florida is an AA/EO institution and actively seeks applications from
minorities and women.






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