[Plant-education] MTU Biology faculty positions

Janice M. Glime via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by jmglime from mtu.edu)
Thu Nov 1 22:44:38 EST 2007


FACULTY POSITIONS
BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY, HEALTH SCIENCES

The Department of Biological Sciences at Michigan Technological 
University invites applications for two or more positions in the first 
round of an anticipated series of hires highlighting the integrative 
future of biology.  One position will be in Biochemistry/Molecular 
Biology; the other position(s) will be in Ecology or Health Sciences 
complementing current departmental strengths and goals.  Appointments 
are at the Assistant Professor level however, exceptionally qualified 
applicants may be appointed at the Associate Professor level.   For all 
these hires, we are particularly interested in individuals who conduct 
research at the interfaces of ecology, biochemistry/molecular biology, 
and/or human health.  Successful applicants will be expected to 
establish a vigorous, externally funded research program involving 
graduate and undergraduate students and to have a strong commitment to 
undergraduate and graduate instruction in their areas of expertise. 
Additional information is available at http://www.bio.mtu.edu. 
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, statements of research and 
teaching interests and three letters of recommendation to Chair, Faculty 
Search Committee, Dept. Biological Sciences, Michigan Technological 
University, Houghton, MI   49931; Email: biosearch from mtu.edu.  Review of 
applications will begin Dec. 15th and continue until all positions are 
filled.  Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity 
educational  institution/equal opportunity employer.

At Michigan Technological University, Sustainability informs research at 
a university-wide scale.  Candidates who are also interested in research 
that fits within the theme of
"Sustainability" should send a separate application for one of the ten 
growth positions in that area as described at www.mtu.edu/sfhi."

Janice Glime



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