Job Ad--Plant Systematist

Mon Nov 9 17:13:24 EST 1998

As seen in the 6 November issue of Science:

The Biology and Microbiology Department at the University of
Wisconsin-Oshkosh is seeking two tenure-track Assistant Professors: (1)
Plant Biologist with training in plant systematics beginning 1 September
1999. Ph.D. required;  postdoctoral, teaching, and curatorial experience
desirable. Responsibilities: teach plant taxonomy, plant anatomy, and share
in teaching introductory plant/microbial biology and other introductory
biology courses; develop a research program in plant biology and pursue
extramural funding; curate and continue development of our herbarium
containing over 96,000 specimens (including many type specimens); supervise
M.S. theses. (2) Microbiologist with specialty in industrial/fermentation
microbiology beginning 1 September 1999. Ph.D. required; postdoctoral and
teaching experience desirable. Responsibilities: teach introductory
microbiology for majors; teach food/industrial microbiology course; share in
teaching other introductory courses; develop a research program in
industrial/fermentation microbiology; pursue extramural funding; supervise
M.S. theses. Send letter of application, brief statements of teaching
philosophy and research interests, curriculum vitae, three letters of
recommendation, and official transcripts to: Chair, Department of Biology
and Microbiology, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI 54901-8640.
Telephone: 920-424-1102;
Fax: 920-424-1101; e-mail: drecktra at Application deadline:
January 9, 1999. For additional information, see the department website: The University of Wisconsin
Oshkosh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


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