San Francisco State Faculty postions: Evol/Ecol. Stat. & Plant Mol. Bio.

Neo Martinez neo at
Wed Dec 18 13:06:24 EST 1996

Howdy folks,
	Here's our ad for 2 tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor
positions published in Science and Nature.  Please circulate to anyone you
think may be interested.  Applications should be in by Jan. 2.  More
deparmental info can be found on the web:

		Evolutionary/Ecological Statistician
			Plant Molecular Biologist

The Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, invites
applications for 2 tenure-track positions at the Assistant/Associate
Professor level for Fall 1997.  Ph.D. is required and postdoctoral
experience is preferable.  Successful candidates must have an established
research record, the potential for extramural funding of a research program
that includes supervision of M.A. students, and a commitment to excellence
in teaching that includes general  courses as well as area of specialty.
We seek:  1. A  Plant Molecular Biologist with research interests in
molecular genetic mechanisms underlying plant processes and extensive
training in plant biology.  Responsibilities will include teaching upper
division and graduate courses in molecular and plant molecular biology, and
participation in lower division introductory biology.  2.  A  Statistician
with a broad understanding of statistical theory and methods, and a
research record in statistics applied to any area of ecology or
evolutionary biology.  Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate
and graduate courses in biometry, and consulting with graduate students and
faculty on statistical issues.  Send letter of application, curriculum
vitae, a statement of teaching interests, a statement of research goals and
three letters of reference by January 2, 1997 to either the Plant Biology
or Statistician Search Committee, Department of Biology, San Francisco
State University, San Francisco, CA 94132. Women, ethnic minorities and
persons with disabilities are especially urged to apply.  SFSU is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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