Tenure-track job announcement

Elsbeth Walker ewalker at bio.umass.edu
Thu Sep 25 09:14:18 EST 1997


>DearNetters,
>
>Please pass this along to your post-docs and other colleauges who might be
>interested.  Thank you.
>
>As seen in the 5 September issue of Science:
>
>Two Tenure-Track Assistant Professorships In Evolutionary Biology
>University of Massachusetts, Amherst
>
>The Biology Department and the Graduate Program in Plant Biology are
>offering a position in Plant Evolutionary Biology
>
>Applicants should be interested in the evolutionary relationships of major
>plant groups and/or gaining insight into basic evolutionary processes, and
>have a
>solid background in some area of organismal plant biology (e.g., plant
>morphology, systematics) combined with detailed knowledge and experience in
>molecular techniques. The candidate is expected to teach in the Biology
>undergraduate program, compete successfully for external funding, and
>participate in
>graduate training. Please submit curriculum vitae, a brief statement of
>research and teaching interests, and the names and addresses of three
>references to: Ms.
>K. Nelson, Secretary, Plant Evolution Search, Department of Biology,
>University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-5810. E-mail:
>knelson at bio.umass.edu.
>
>Departments participating in the Graduate Program in Organismic and
>Evolutionary Biology are offering a position in
>
>Molecular Systematics/ Evolution Of Animals
>
>Applicants should have research experience incorporating technical and
>theoretical skills in molecular systematics and evolution, especially as
>related to animal
>behavior, ecology, conservation, or management. Experience working with
>museum as well as field-collected material, strong potential for extramural
>grant
>success, and the ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses is
>desired. The appointment will be in the Department of Biology, Entomology,
>or
>Forestry and Wildlife Management. Applications should include a letter
>stating personal teaching and research goals and a curriculum vitae.
>Arrange for letters
>from three references to be sent to: Dr. William E. Bemis, Chair, Molecular
>Systematics/Evolution of Animals Search Committee, Department of Biology,
>University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-5810. Fax: 413-545-3243;
>e-mail: systzool at bio.umass.edu.
>
>For both positions, a Ph.D. is required, with postdoctoral experience
>preferred. Review of applications will begin October 15th, 1997, and
>continue until the
>positions are filled.
>
>The University of Massachusetts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
>
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>
>Elsbeth L. Walker
>Biology Dept
>University of Mass, Amherst
>Amherst, MA 01003
>(413) 545-0861 voice
>(413) 545-3243 fax
>
>





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