Position for ecologist

Carl Pike c_pike at ACAD.FANDM.EDU
Fri Sep 4 09:21:01 EST 1998


>ECOLOGIST.   Tenure-track opening/assistant professor level, starting July
>1999.  Specialist in community ecology, preferably of freshwater systems,
>to complement existing expertise in our 13-member department. Candidates
>should have the Ph.D., commitment to teaching and research, and ability to
>engage undergraduates in field and laboratory investigations in local
>ecosystems. Teaching responsibilities include (1) lecture and lab sections
>of a core course in evolution, ecology and Mendelian genetics; and (2) an
>elective in general ecology or the candidate's specialty.  Opportunities
>exist for participation in an interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
>program.  Franklin & Marshall is a coeducational liberal arts college with
>a tradition of excellence in science and student research. The College is
>committed to cultural pluralism through the hiring of minorities and women
>(EOE/AA).  Applications should include (1) curriculum vitae, (2) statements
>of teaching and research philosophy and experience, with ideas for actively
>engaging students in learning, (3) copies of undergraduate and graduate
>transcripts; also (4) please arrange for three letters from referees.
>Complete applications should be received by October 15 by: J.L. Richardson
>(Search Committee Chair), Department of Biology, Franklin & Marshall
>College, Lancaster, PA 17604-3003.  Ph: 717-291-4118; Fax: 717-399-4548;
>e-mail: c_mcintyre at acad.fandm.edu Website:
>www.fandm.edu/Departments/Biology/Biology.html

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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