[Women-in-biology] U Texas-Austin jobs
Susan T Meiers
ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Tue Sep 19 07:41:07 EST 2006
The University of Texas at Arlington
The Department of Biology invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the rank of
Assistant Professor to complement existing research strengths in ecology, evolution, and
genomics. Participation in the Quantitative Biology doctoral program is expected.
An evolutionary biologist/ecologist: Research interests may include but are not limited to
population/community ecology, ecological genomics or population/quantitative genetics. Dr.
Laura Gough, Chair of Evolutionary Biology/Ecology Search
A microbiologist: Research interests may include but are not limited to microbial ecology,
virology, genomics, or systematics and evolution. Participation in the undergraduate
Microbiology Degree program is expected. Dr. Thomas Chrzanowski, Chair of Microbiology
Applicants must have a Ph.D. and a demonstrated record of research productivity. Successful
candidates will be expected to establish vigorous, extramurally funded research labs and
participate in both graduate and undergraduate programs. Located in the Dallas/Fort Worth
metropolitan area, UT Arlington is a fast-growing, comprehensive university in The University of
Texas System. Additional information is available at http://www.uta.edu/biology/. Applicants
should submit curriculum vitae; copies of up to five publications; statements of research and
teaching interests; and the names, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of four persons
who can provide letters of reference. Send applications to the appropriate Search Chair at
Department of Biology, University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19498, Arlington, TX 76019-0498.
Review of completed applications will begin 9 October 2006, and will continue until the positions
Hiring will be contingent on the completion of a satisfactory criminal background investigation for
security sensitive positions. UT Arlington is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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