Job Notice: UC, Berkeley, Arthropods

Susan T Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Mon Jan 26 04:46:23 EST 2004


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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
ARTHROPOD BIODIVERSITY
University of California, Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for a
tenure-track Assistant Professor in arthropod biodiversity with
concurrent appointment in the Agricultural Experiment Station. The
successful applicant will be expected to establish an active research
program in any area of biodiversity science, including, but not limited
to the use of systematic and ecological approaches to understand
arthropod biodiversity and conservation. This position will be an annual
nine-month appointment, with salary and step within rank dependent on
experience, qualifications, and budgetary approval.  The position will
be available July 1, 2004.

Applicants must have earned a doctoral degree in a field appropriate for
the study of arthropod biodiversity, and will be expected to develop a
vigorous externally funded research program, direct student research,
and contribute to both undergraduate and graduate instruction.
Responsibilities will include the development of courses in biodiversity
and/or conservation biology, and significant interactions with the Essig
Museum of Entomology, which is part of a strong consortium of natural
history museums at the University of California at Berkeley

Interested persons should apply by submitting a résumé, statement of
research interests, list of publications, and three letters of reference to:

         Chair of Arthropod Biodiversity Search Committee
         University of California
         Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM)
         Division of Insect Biology
         201 Wellman Hall
         Berkeley, CA  94720-3112

The closing date for applications is March 1, 2004.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer

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