tenure track position announcement

Susan Therese Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Wed Nov 6 05:07:37 EST 2002


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MARINE PHYCOLOGY POSITION

The Department of Marine Biology at Texas A&M University at Galveston
(TAMUG) invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor
position, with specialization in marine phycology, beginning September,
2003. Qualifications include a Ph.D. in the biological sciences, with
specialization in phytoplankton or benthic algae. Postdoctoral research and
teaching experience are desirable. Nine months salary is provided by the
University, with summer salary generated from extramural sources or, if
funds are available, teaching. Responsibilities include teaching
undergraduate and graduate courses in phycology, as well as introductory
biology, advising undergraduate students and service to the University and
the community. An active research program accompanied by graduate student
support and supervision is expected.

Texas A&M, as the land grant university of the State, is committed to
excellence in research, teaching and service. It ranks among the top 5
public institutions in student body size and is within the top 10 in
research expenditures. TAMUG is the university's coastal branch campus,
with ca. 1500 undergraduates enrolled in ten ocean-related majors, as well
as a maritime officers training program, and 75 graduate students
participating in ocean-related research projects. Thematic specialties of
the present 15 Marine Biology faculty include marine mammals, fisheries,
resource conservation, oyster biology, microbiological aspects of seafood
safety, cave biology, wetlands ecology, deep-sea benthos, hypoxia,
biodiversity, and invasive species, among others. (Visit
  http://www.marinebiology.edu for more information.)

A complete application packet must include a letter of application, a
curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of four professional
references. The letter should include a summary of research and teaching
interests. Reprints of publications are also welcome. Complete packets
should be sent to The Department of Human Resources, Texas A&M University
at Galveston, POB 1675, Galveston, TX, 77553. Review of applications will
begin in January 2003.

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