Job Announcement

David Starrett starrett at CSTL.SEMO.EDU
Mon Oct 25 15:33:58 EST 1999


Plant-edders,
  Below is a copy of a job announcement for a plant biologist position on
our campus.  The same details can be found at:
http://www2.semo.edu/provost/faculty/facpos.htm#BIO2

  Note that the deadline has been extended to Nov 19.

  This was my former position here on campus, glad to answer any questions
about it.


Dave Starrett - starrett at cstl.semo.edu


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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

POSITION:		PLANT BIOLOGIST.  The Department of Biology at Southeast
Missouri State University announces a vacancy for a tenure-track
appointment starting Fall, 2000.  Responsibilities include teaching plant
biology and plant physiology.  In addition, the successful candidate will
develop an active research program in modern experimental plant biology.
Teaching responsibilities may also include plant anatomy and introductory
and departmental service courses.  Demonstrable commitment to the
teacher/scholar model, public and University service, and a culturally
diverse learning environment required.

RANK:			Assistant Professor (target level)

APPOINTMENT:	Regular tenure-track appointment beginning August 2000.
Salary commensurate with education and experience.

EDUCATION:		Ph.D.  in plant biology required

PREFERRED		Successful university teaching, postdoctoral experience, record
of publication and external funding,
EXPERIENCE:		and expertise in experimental plant biology using molecular
techniques.

BEGINNING DATE:	August 2000

APPLICATION		Applicants should send letter of application, curriculum vitae,
DEADLINE:		transcripts, statements of teaching philosophy and research
interests, and three letters of recommendation by November 16, 1999.

DIRECT		Dr. Carl Train, Chairperson
APPLICATIONS    	Department of Biology, Mail Stop 6200
AND INQUIRES TO:	Southeast Missouri State University
			Cape Girardeau, MO  63701
			Phone:  (573) 651-2170
			FAX:	 (573) 986-6433
			e-mail:    ctrain at biology.semo.edu

THE DEPARTMENT	Southeast Missouri State University is a regional,
multi-purpose
AND THE		institution enrolling approximately 8,000 students in a wide variety
UNIVERSITY:		of programs.  The Department of Biology has 18 full- and
part-time faculty.
			The Cape Girardeau metropolitan area has a population of over 60,000 and
			is located 100 miles south of St. Louis on the Mississippi River.
			Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Southeast Missouri State
University
			is an Equal Opportunity/M-F/Affirmative Action Employer.

PLANT BIOLOGIST.  	Tenure track position, Assistant Professor, beginning
August 2000.  Ph.D. in plant biology required.  Preference given to those
with university teaching, postdoctoral experience, record of publication
and external funding.  Responsibilities include teaching plant biology and
plant physiology.  In addition, the successful candidate will develop an
active research program in modern experimental plant biology involving
undergraduates and masters-level students. Teaching responsibilities may
also include plant anatomy and introductory and service courses offered
through the Department of Biology. Demonstrable commitment to the
teacher/scholar model, public and University service, and a culturally
diverse learning environment required.  Send letter of application, c. v.,
transcripts, three reference letters, and statements of teaching philosophy
and research interests to:  Dr. C. T. Train, Dept. of Biology, Southeast
Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO  63701 by November 19, 1999.
An Equal Opportunity/M-F/Affirmative Action Employer.

ABBREVIATED DESCRIPTION  for University composite ad


PLANT BIOLOGIST - Assistant Professor, beginning August 2000.  Ph.D. in
plant biology required.  Teaching responsibilities include plant biology,
plant physiology, and related courses.  Successful applicants will develop
an active research program in modern experimental plant biology involving
undergraduates and masters-level students. Demonstrable commitment to the
teacher/scholar model, public and University service, and a culturally
diverse learning environment required.  Application, transcripts, three
reference letters, and statements of teaching philosophy and research
interests to:  Dr. C. T. Train, Dept. of Biology, by November 19, 1999.



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