plant ecologist job opening

Evan Cooch cooch at
Wed Aug 13 17:40:02 EST 1997

Assistant Professor
in the 
Department of Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University

The Department of Biological Sciences is seeking a tenure track faculty
memeber in the area of PLANT EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY. The appointment will
be made at the Assistant Professor level with a start data of September
1, 1998. Biologists who conduct research in any area of the ecology and
evolution of plants are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate
will be expected to pursue a vigorous, externally funded research
program including the training of graduate students. She or he also will
be expected to participate in the indergraduate and graduate teaching
program, particularly in the areas of plant ecology and evolution. A PhD
is required, and appropirate post-doctoral experience is preferred. The
Department of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University has active
research programs in behavioural ecology, evolutionary biology,
molecular biology and biochemistry, pest management and plant biology.
Applicants should send, no later than December 15, 1997, a CV, three
representative reprints, a one-page summary of their research
objectives, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of 3 referees to:

Dr. Michael J. Smith
Department of Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Boulevard
Burnaby, BC   
Canada   V5A 1S6
FAX: 604-291-4312

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this ad is
directed in the first instance to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents of Canada. The position is subject to final budgetary

Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in
employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified

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     --(\=/)--  (   )     |            Evan G. Cooch            
    /         \ /  /      |   Department of Biological Sciences 
    I          V  /       |        Simon Fraser University      
    I            /        |   Burnaby, British Columbia  V5A 1S6
    I           /         |   cooch at  604-291-5611 

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