Faculty Position: Ad

Newton Copp ncopp at JSD.CLAREMONT.EDU
Wed Oct 21 18:46:58 EST 1998

I would like to have the following ad posted for the electronic newsgroup
for plant physiology educators.

Let me know if there are any charges, or if you need additional information.

Thank you,

Newton Copp


The Biology Program of Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges of
The Claremont Colleges seeks a broadly trained ORGANISMAL Biologist to fill
a tenure-track position in biology. Appointment may be made at the
Assistant Professor or at a more advanced level.   Preference will be given
to candidates with research experience and continuing interests in the
physiology or anatomy of animals or plant physiology.  The position will
begin September 1999.  Teaching responsibilities will include participation
in our Introductory Biology sequence and an upper-division undergraduate
laboratory course in the area of specialization.  Interest in developing
courses for non-science majors is highly desirable.  Supervision of
undergraduates in research is expected.  The successful candidate will show
evidence of being able to sustain an active research program attracting and
involving undergraduates at a liberal arts college.  A Ph.D. degree, prior
teaching experience, and a record of scholarly publication are required.

The Biology program is part of the Joint Science Department
(http://www.jsd.claremont.edu), an interdisciplinary department that serves
three selective liberal arts colleges in The Claremont Colleges consortium:
Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges.  The Joint Science faculty
consists of 11 biologists, 6 chemists, and 4 physicists.  The department
offers major programs in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and various
interdisciplinary topics. 

Send a CV, a statement of teaching interests and philosophy, and a
statement of research interests to Dr. Newton Copp, W.M. Keck Science
Center, 925 N. Mills Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711.  (E.mail:
ncopp at jsd.claremont.edu).  Arrange to have three letters of recommendation
sent to the same address.  Review of applications will begin on November
30, 1998 and continue until the position is filled.

In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal
educational and employment opportunities, The Claremont Colleges actively
encourage applications from women and members of historically
under-represented social groups in higher education.

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