Faculty Position

J. Robert Waaland jrw at u.washington.edu
Thu Oct 26 15:53:59 EST 2000


                        PLANT BIOLOGIST
                    UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

The Department of Botany, University of Washington, seeks to fill a
tenure-track position for a Plant Biologist whose research 
addresses
fundamental questions in evolution, systematics, or population
biology. Candidates are expected to have expertise in natural 
history
and whole-organism biology, and use genetic, physiological, or
mathematical approaches in their research.  Willingness to 
participate
in cross-disciplinary collaborations is essential.  We expect to hire
at the ASSISTANT PROFESSOR level, but exceptional candidates 
at the
ASSOCIATE or FULL PROFESSOR rank may be considered if they have a
demonstrated record of mentoring students in under-represented groups
(woman and students of color).  Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree
at the start of the appointment.  The position requires teaching a
graduate course in a field of specialization, and undergraduate
courses in plant organismal biology. Applicants should submit their
curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching and research interests, and
three letters of recommendation to:  Chair, Search Committee,
Department of Botany, Box 355325, University of Washington, Seattle,
WA 98195-5325, USA.  Priority will be given to applications received
by December 15, 2000.  

A competitive recruitment and selection process is being 
conducted and if a U.S. worker or permanent resident is not 
selected pursuant to this process, an application for Alien 
Employment Certification may be filed on behalf of an alien to 
fill the job opportunity. The University of Washington is 
building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages 
applications from women and minority candidates.  The University is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Department of Botany
University of Washington Box 355325 
Seattle, WA  98195-5325 USA
tel: (206) 543-1942 
fax: (206) 685-1728 
email: botweb at u.washington.edu 
http://depts.washington.edu/botweb/
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