Tenure track Biologist/Educator

Greenamyer, Judith jgreenamye at wcupa.edu
Wed Sep 16 00:04:31 EST 1998


Biologist/Education Specialist.  West Chester University intends to 
hire a biologist to fill a tenure track assistant professor position, 
available August 1999.  PA secondary education science certification or 
eligibility for same is required.  A PhD in biology is required;  the area of 
research interest is open.  Duties will include supervising student 
teachers;  teaching biology education courses, human anatomy and physiology 
labs, and upper division biology courses;  and developing funded research 
projects that involve students.  Successful applicant must demonstrate 
effective communication and teaching by presenting a seminar during an on-
campus interview. 

West Chester University requires 12 hours of teaching/week and 5 hours set 
aside for student advising.   There are over 300 undergraduate biology 
majors; over 60 of them are education majors.  There are currently 7 women in 
the Department of Biology, out of a total of 18 tenure track faculty.  The 
faculty is unionized, and the health benefits are excellent.

If you are interested,  mail one copy of all university transcripts, proof 
of certification or eligibility, statements of teaching and research 
philosophies, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation, all 
postmarked by December 1, 1998, to:  Dr. Judith Greenamyer, Department of 
Biology, West Chester University, West Chester PA, 19383.  For more details 
call 610-436-1023 or email jgreenamyer at wcupa.edu.   

AA/EOE.  Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.   




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