[Women-in-biology] Assistant Professor of Conservation Biology and Environmental Studies

Wallace, Richard rwallace at ursinus.edu
Wed Sep 27 14:06:16 EST 2006


Greetings all,

 

We are hiring a full-time tenure track position in conservation biology
in our environmental studies program. The position is an
interdisciplinary hire fully in our ENV program. See below for details
and please contact me with any questions.

 

Apologies for cross-postings.

 

Cheers,

 

Rich

 

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Richard L. Wallace, Ph.D.

Director, Environmental Studies Program

Ursinus College

601 E. Main Street

Collegeville, PA 19426 USA

(610) 409-3730

(610) 409-3660 fax

rwallace at ursinus.edu <mailto:rwallace at ursinus.edu> 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Conservation Biology

 

Ursinus College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant
professor of environmental studies with expertise in conservation
biology to begin in fall 2007. This position will be housed in the
Ursinus Environmental Studies Program. A Ph.D. in conservation biology
is expected by the start of employment. We seek a broadly trained
individual with expertise in both conservation science and environmental
teaching and research. Prior experience teaching in an interdisciplinary
environmental program is desirable. Teaching responsibilities will
include courses and labs in biology (introductory, conservation biology,
and topics within the candidate's field of expertise), and
interdisciplinary environmental studies. The successful candidate must
demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching in a liberal
arts setting and will be expected to participate in the College's
liberal studies freshman seminar, establish a research program that
involves students, and participate fully in the continuing development
of the Environmental Studies Program and its many extracurricular
programs. 

 

Send a letter, c.v., undergraduate and graduate transcripts, statement
of teaching philosophy, a plan for research involving students, and
three letters of recommendation (at least one of which must address
teaching) to Dr. Richard L. Wallace, Director, Environmental Studies
Program, Ursinus College, P.O. Box 1000, Collegeville, PA 19426.
Applications must be received by October 15, 2006.  For inquiries
contact Dr. Wallace at rwallace at ursinus.edu (no e-mail applications,
please). Ursinus College, established in 1869, is a highly selective,
independent, co-educational, residential liberal arts college of 1600
students located 25 miles northwest of center city Philadelphia. Ursinus
College is an EEO/AA employer. In keeping with the college's historic
commitment to equality, women and minorities are especially encouraged
to apply.

 

 

 

 

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