Tenure-Track Position: Plant Systematics

Scott D. Russell srussell at OU.EDU
Wed Nov 27 12:15:49 EST 1996

PLANT SYSTEMATIST, University of Oklahoma

12-month joint tenure-track position starting August 1997 in Oklahoma
Biological Survey and Department of Botany and Microbiology for
Assistant/Associate Curator of Bebb Herbarium and Assistant/Associate
Professor of Botany.  Curator of jointly administered 230,000-specimen
herbarium to conduct research and oversee collection development. 
Departmental faculty responsibilities include teaching (one course per
year), participation in graduate program and research.  Seek dynamic
scientist to develop research/teaching programs using plants to examine
systematic and evolutionary questions of broad significance.  Preference
given for having facility with modern systematic techniques and
familiarity with Great Plains flora.  Ph.D. required.  Must demonstrate:
mastery of systematics as shown by research productivity; collection
care and management skills; and teaching ability.  Provide resume,
written summary of how requirements are met, reprints, and three letters
of recommendation letters to:  John J. Skvarla, Search Committee Chair,
Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma, Norman,
OK  73019, Telephone 405-325-5823. Fax 405-325-7619.  E-mail
jskvarla at ou.edu.  Screening begins February 3, 1997, continuing until
position filled.  Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Women
and minorities encouraged to apply.  University has a policy of being
responsive to needs of dual-career couples.

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