science educator position available

Gary Hannan bio_hannan at ONLINE.EMICH.EDU
Fri Oct 13 15:47:51 EST 2000


Please pass the following job announcement to potantial applicants you
might know.  For the Intro Biology position we are seeking an outstanding
science educator.  Although the ad lists three preference areas, those are
preferences only, and would contribute only small weight to the overall
evaluation of applicants.  In other words, wonderful teachers who happen to
be plant biologists should definitely apply.  Although the main teaching
responsibility would be for our intro courses, other teaching opportunities
(botany, zoology, cell/molecular biology, elementary/secondary science
education, etc.) should also be available.  We are in the midst of a major
curriculum revision (undergrad and grad), so many interesting curricular
changes are occurring.

Thanks,

Gary Hannan

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TWO FACULTY POSITIONS:
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
ANATOMY

The Department of Biology at Eastern Michigan University is seeking to fill
two tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor with
appointments beginning fall 2001.

Position One is for an outstanding teacher for large introductory biology
classes. Candidates from all areas of biology are encouraged to apply;
however, some preference will be given to candidates with a background in
any of the following areas: invertebrate biology, parasitology, or
herpetology.

Candidates for Position Two will be expected to teach human gross anatomy
and neuroanatomy and will have opportunities to contribute to other areas
in the Department.

Positions require a Ph.D., teaching experience, and productive research.
Successful candidates must have a strong commitment to teaching at
undergraduate and graduate levels, including involvement of students in
ongoing research, and will be expected to develop programs capable of
attractingexternal funding.

The Department of Biology has 22 faculty with graduate program
concentrations in ecology and organismal biology, molecular and cellular
biology, physiology, and general biology. Eastern Michigan University
provides modern laboratory facilities, field sites, and a new Terrestrial
and Aquatic Ecology Research Facility with a 3,000 square foot greenhouse
to support research from molecular to ecosystem levels of organization.
There are opportunities to interact with the Urban Water Resources
Consortium, the Kresge Environmental Education Center, NOAA Great
LakesEnvironmental Research Laboratory, Great Lakes Science Center, and
nearby universities.

Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching
interests and philosophy, description of research, relevant reprints,
copies of transcripts (unofficial acceptable), and three letters
ofrecommendation to: Posting F 0104 (Introductory Biology) or Posting F
0137 (Anatomy), Eastern Michigan University, Academic Human Resources, 202
Bowen, Ypsilanti, MI 48197. Deadline for receipt of materials is November
8, 2000. For additional information, contact: Robert Neely, Biology
Department Head; Telephone: 734-487-4242; Fax: 734-487-9235 or for the
Introductory Biology position, e-mail: Jamin.Eisenbach at emich.edu and for
the Anatomy position, e-mail: HZot at online.emich.edu. Website:
http://www.emich.edu/public/biology/bioweb.htm

Gary Hannan
bio_hannan at online.emich.edu
Biology Dept.
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
(734) 487-4399



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