NEW POSITION

Suzanne Fredericq slf9209 at louisiana.edu
Tue Jan 4 16:41:14 EST 2000


Ad shown in SCIENCE, 24 Dec. 1999, p. 2539

The Department of Biology, University of Louisiana at Lafayette invites
applications for a tenure-track position specializing in MARINE
MICROAUTOTROPHS, with an emphasis in physiological processes, cellular
biology, or ecosystem dynamics.  This position supports the Doctoral
program in Environmental and Evolutionary Biology.  Teaching duties include
shared participation in a senior/graduate-level protistology course and
leadership in an NSF-sponsored program (FIPSE), an active-learning
biotechnology track, which serves 24 highly motivated students each
semester.  The position is intended for a highly qualified and experienced
researcher (ASSISTANT or ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR) and offers a competitive
salary.  Candidates are expected to develop active research programs and
seek extramural funding.  The Department of Biology (see website:
www.usl.edu/Departments/Biology/index.html) consists of 30 faculty with
research interests ranging from molecular to ecosystem studies and enrolls
about 70 graduate students, mostly in the Doctoral program.  Departmental
resources are supplemented by specialized equipment and laboratories
provided in the University's Microscopy Center, Center for Advanced
Computing Studies, Primate Research Center, Center for Environmental and
Energy Studies, Laboratory for Crustacean Research, and Center for
Molecular Evolution.  Resources and adjunct faculty are also provided
through affiliations with the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium
(LUMCON, which provides marine laboratory and vessel access), the USGS
National Wetlands Research Center, and the NOAA Estuarine Habitats and
Coastal Fisheries Research Center.
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, selected reprints, a concise
statement of research goals, and names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and
telephone numbers of at least three referees.  Review of applications will
begin 17 January 2000 and continue until the position is filled.  Direct
application to:  Faculty Development Search Coordinator,
Department of Biology, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette LA
70504-2451. AA/EOE.





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