Plant Ecology/Tenure Track Position

Carl Pike C_Pike at ACAD.FANDM.EDU
Tue Aug 20 13:46:47 EST 1996

Franklin and Marshall College           Department of Biology

Plant Ecologist:   Tenure track position starting July 1997 at the
Assistant Professor level.  Qualifications we seek include (1) the Ph.D.
plus combined teaching and research strengths and a commitment to research
with undergraduates; (2) experience and facility in field and laboratory
studies; (3) broad interests in pure, applied and evolutionary ecology.
Teaching responsibilities in our 11-member Biology department will include
lecture and laboratories in an evolution-centered introductory course
having Mendelian genetics  and ecology as components;  an elective course
in one's specialty; and likely involvement in the college's
interdisciplinary environmental studies program.  Enrolling 1800 students,
Franklin and Marshall is a coeducational  liberal arts college with a
strong science tradition emphasizing faculty and undergraduate research.
Most biology majors continue their training in graduate or professional
schools.  The College is committed to cultural pluralism through the hiring
of minorities and women (EOE/AA).  Send CV plus statements of teaching and
research approaches by October 10, and arrange for graduate and
undergraduate transcripts plus 3 reference letters to be sent to Chair,
Ecology Search Committee, Department of Biology, Franklin and Marshall
College, Lancaster, PA 17604-3003.  Telephone 717-291-4118; FAX
email:  c_elmer at

Carl S. Pike                             (717) 291-3958
Department of Biology                    FAX (717) 399-4548
Franklin and Marshall College            Internet  C_PIKE at ACAD.FANDM.EDU
P.O. Box 3003
Lancaster, PA  17604-3003  USA

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