faculty positions

Dave McNeely mcneely at UTB1.UTB.EDU
Tue Jan 12 10:28:15 EST 1999


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David L. McNeely (Dave)
Graduate Coordinator and
Professor of Biological Sciences
University of Texas at Brownsville
80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, TX 78520
mcneely at utb1.utb.edu
phone (956)544-8289
FAX (956)983-7115

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Colleagues,

Will you please let as many potentially interested persons as
possible know about these job opportunities?  Thank you very much,

Two Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

The Biological Sciences Department of The University of Texas at
Brownsville and Texas Southmost College (the "Partnership") seeks
individuals for two tenure track faculty positions.   The
Partnership is primarily a teaching university, and the successful
applicants will show excellence in teaching courses at different
levels for majors and non-majors, and the capacity to start research
programs involving students.  The university is building a new Life
and Health Sciences Building, and the successful applicant will
provide guidance in setting up and equipping laboratories for
teaching and research in both general biology and their
specialties.   The mission statement of the institution emphasizes a
respect for the bicultural region it serves, and the applicant must
be willing to commit to this mission.  Post-doctoral work and
university teaching experience are preferred.

1. Geneticist (especially population geneticist employing molecular,
biochemical, cytogenetic, morphological or a combination of
techniques), to teach genetics, general biology, and possibly
biometrics.  The applicant must hold a Ph.D. in an area of biology
with a concentration in Genetics.  Research area is open, but great
opportunity for environmental studies exists in the agricultural and
rapidly industrializing Rio Grande Valley.

2. Botanist with background in Plant Systematics and Evolution, with
the ability to teach General
Biology, Plant Morphology and Anatomy, and Marine Botany preferred.
The applicant must hold a Ph.D. in an area of biology with a
concentration in Plant Systematics. The successful applicant will be
prepared to maintain a regional herbarium of flowering plants and
macroalgae.

Please see the university web page (http://www.utb.edu) and select
employment for additional information.

Open until the positions are filled, but review will begin
immediately.  The starting date is August 1999.  Please submit a
curriculum vitae; a statement of teaching and research interests,
unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required for
employment) and the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email
addresses of five references to:

 Human Resources
 Genetics Position
 University of Texas at Brownsville
 80 Fort Brown
 Brownsville, TX 78520
  or
 Human Resources
 Plant Systematics Position
 University of Texas at Brownsville
 80 Fort Brown
 Brownsville, TX 78520

  The positions are dependent on funding.
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David L. McNeely (Dave)
Graduate Coordinator and
Professor of Biological Sciences
University of Texas at Brownsville
80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, TX 78520
mcneely at utb1.utb.edu
phone (956)544-8289
FAX (956)983-7115

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