Wetlands Plant Ecology Position

Charles Galt galt at csulb.edu
Tue Oct 10 19:38:49 EST 1995



EFFECTIVE DATE:  August 26, 1996

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Ph.D. in the biological sciences with training
and research in the area of wetlands or estuarine plant ecology and a
strong background in vascular plant biology.  Candidates must have a
record of published research and show potential for developing and
sustaining an externally-funded research program involving students that
will lead to scientific publications.  Potential for effective teaching in
plant ecology and plant biology and an ability to communicate effectively
with an ethnically and culturally diverse campus community. 

DESIRED/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Post-doctoral experience and research
expertise in estuarine vascular plant ecology.  Teaching experience and
ability to teach lower division biostatistics.  Potential to teach a
senior/graduate course in coastal wetlands ecology and to collaborate on
research with ecologists in the department. 

DUTIES:  Teach plant ecology and participate in teaching of other courses,
possibly including general ecology, coastal wetlands ecology,
biostatistics, and a lower division introductory course.  Supervise
undergraduate and graduate student research.  Develop and sustain a
research program involving students, leading to scientific publications
and presentations.  Research start-up funds are available. The individual
is expected to participate in activities serving the department,
university and community. 

SALARY RANGE:  $32,712 - $45,216 

APPLICATION:  Review of applications will commence November 3, 1995. 
Position open until filled.  All applications must include a letter of
application, curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching
interests, and three letters of recommendation provided by references.  An
official transcript from institution awarding the highest degree will be
required from all finalists.  Applications, required documentation, and/or
requests for information should be addressed to: 

Dr. Laura Kingsford, Acting Chair
ATTN: Wetlands Plant Ecology Search 
Department of Biological Sciences 
California State University, Long Beach 
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA  90840-3702
PHONE: 310/985-4807 - FAX: 310/985-8878  

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