Faculty position

Larry Smart lbsmart at MAILBOX.SYR.EDU
Wed Sep 30 07:34:56 EST 1998

Assistant Professor of Plant Developmental Biology
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Faculty of Environmental and Forest Biology (EFB) seeks a plant
developmental biologist to fill an academic year, tenure-track, Assistant
Professor position by Fall, 1999.  The successful candidate will be
expected to establish an internationally recognized and extramurally
supported research program utilizing modern approaches to fundamental
problems in plant developmental biology; to teach at the undergraduate and
graduate levels; and to participate in the public service activities of the
College.  Teaching responsibilities may include undergraduate courses in
Concepts of Developmental Biology, and Plant Anatomy and Development.
Graduate courses and research commensurate with the interests of the
candidate may include mycorrhizae and root biology, molecular aspects of
plant growth and development, microtechnique, plant-herbivore interactions,
and environmental effects on plant development.  The candidate's research
program should complement the specialized mission of the college, and
interface with other EFB faculty, which includes ecologists, mycologists,
plant pathologists, physiologists, chemical ecologists, wildlife
biologists, and cell and molecular biologists.  Requirements include a
Ph.D. in Plant Biology or  related field, and post-doctoral experience.
Teaching experience is preferred. Submit hard copies of curriculum vitae,
graduate transcripts, separate statements of research and teaching
interests, reprints of relevant publications, and ask three references to
send letters by 16 November, 1998 to Dr. Scott O. Rogers, Search Committee,
Faculty of Environmental and Forest Biology, SUNY College of Environmental
Science and Forestry, 1 Forestry Dr., Syracuse, NY 13210 (phone:
315-470-6935, E-mail sorogers at syr.edu, http://www.esf.edu). SUNY-ESF is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are
strongly encouraged to apply. 

ESF is a specialized college in the State University of New York system and
is closely associated with Syracuse University.  Syracuse is a medium-sized
city with diverse cultural activities and a very reasonable cost-of-living.
 Many beautiful sites for outdoor recreational activities are nearby,
including the Adirondack Mountains, Lake Ontario, and the Thousand Islands

Lawrence B. Smart, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Environmental and Forest Biology
One Forestry Drive
6 Illick Hall
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone (315) 470-6737
FAX (315) 470-6934
e-mail: lbsmart at syr.edu

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