Tenure Track:Plant Developmental Biologist
jpushnik at csuchico.edu
Wed Nov 1 12:44:14 EST 2000
To begin August 2001. CSU, Chico, Department of Biological Sciences,
Assistant Professor in Developmental Plant Biology. Ph.D. in Biology or
Botany is required. Record of scholarly activity and effective teaching
required. Additional expertise in genetics and plant anatomy is highly
desirable. Teaching assignments are dependent upon the background of the
individual and the needs of the department.
As a university that educates students of various ethnic and cultural
backgrounds, we value a diverse faculty and staff. CSU, Chico welcomes
applicants who are knowledgeable about and interested in working within
a crosscultural learning environment.
The Department of Biological Sciences includes 23 full-time faculty,
about 60 graduate students, and 550 undergraduate majors and offers
programs leading to three bachelor's and three master's degrees.
California State University, Chico is a fully accredited,
state-supported member of a 23-campus CSU system serving a diverse
student body of approximately 16,000. Located in the Sacramento Valley
near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Chico retains the
charm of a small town with reasonable cost of living while offering
excellent medical services, public and private schools, and many
cultural and recreational activities.
Review of applications begins December 1, 2000. Please submit letter of
interest, current c.v., statement of teaching philosophy, complete
academic transcripts, 3 letters of references, and evidence of
excellence in teaching, and representative reprints to:
Dr. Michael Abruzzo, Department of Biological Sciences
California State University, Chico Chico CA 95929-0515
(530) 898-5356 or www.csuchico.edu/biol/
For disability-related accommodations, call 530-898-6192, or TDD
530-898-4666. EOE/AA/ADA. CSUC only employs individuals lawfully
authorized to work in the U.S.
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