Faculty position - Plant Pathology

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Carol Auer wrote in message <39331D44993 at canr1.cag.uconn.edu>...
>I would like to encourage all qualified women to consider this job
>opportunity. Applicants with a background in either basic or applied plant
>pathology research will be considered.
>Carol Auer
>               Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology
>The University of Connecticut Department of Plant Science invites
>applications for a tenure-track position.  Ph.D. in Plant Pathology or
>closely related area required.  Applicants should have research
>experience with molecular methods and plant diseases, a strong
>interest in undergraduate teaching, and a record of scholarly
>contributions.  Additional desirable qualifications include training
>and experience with ornamentals or turf, postdoctoral research
>experience, undergraduate teaching experience, and proven ability to
>obtain external funding.  The successful applicant will develop an
>externally funded research program emphasizing the molecular basis of
>plant pathogen-host plant interactions.  Teaching responsibilities
>will include an upper-division undergraduate course in Plant Diseases
>and a graduate course in an area of interest.  In addition, the
>successful applicant will be expected to provide expertise to support
>departmental efforts to aid the state's agricultural industry in plant
>disease management.  Academic year (9 month), 60% research, 40%
>teaching.  Salary negotiable and commensurate with training and
>experience.  Extensive benefits available.  Closing date for
>applications March 20, 1998.  Position available August 23, 1998.
>Applicants should submit a letter of application including a statement
>of interests and goals, curriculum vitae, official transcripts, three
>letters of recommendation and reprints of no more than three recent
>publications to: Dr. George C. Elliott, Plant Pathology Search
>Committee, Department of Plant Science, U-67, University of
>Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269-4067;  fax 860-486-0682, e-mail
>gelliott at canr1.cag.uconn.edu. We encourage applications from
>under-represented groups, including minorities, women, and people with
>Carol Auer               Email: cauer at canr1.cag.uconn.edu
>Dept. of Plant Science   Phone: 860-486-1878
>Univ. of Connecticut
>Storrs, CT USA 06269

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