[Plant-education] Plant position at JMU

Jon Monroe monroejd at jmu.edu
Fri Oct 14 18:04:54 EST 2005

Hi Plant-eders,

We have an open, tenure-track position for a plant biologist at James 
Madison University.

Plant Biologist.  The Department of Biology at James Madison University 
invites applications for a tenure track position, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
level, in botany.  We are seeking a plant biologist/ecologist who 
focuses on conservation issues or large-scale processes in plant 
communities.  Possible areas of research might include, but are not 
limited to, invasive species, climate change, plant population dynamics, 
plant-animal interactions, and plant reproductive systems.  A Ph.D. is 
required, as well as evidence of a strong commitment to undergraduate 
teaching.   Post-doctoral and teaching experience is desirable.  The 
successful applicant will be expected to create an active, 
externally-supported research program that involves undergraduates and 
Master’s students.  Teaching responsibilities will include introductory 
courses and upper-level courses in the applicant’s field.

Go to http://www.jmu.edu/biology/ and click on "Open Faculty Positions" 
for more details and links to several other positions.  Please pass this 
along to anyone that might be interested.  Thanks!


  Jonathan Monroe, Professor
  Department of Biology, MSC 7801
  James Madison University
  Harrisonburg, VA 22801
  office: 304 Burruss Hall
  phone: 540-568-6649
  fax: 540-568-3333
  e-mail: monroejd at jmu.edu

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