Assistant Professor (Tenure Track), Developmental Biology, John
Lissemore, James L.
(by jlissemore from campus.jcu.edu)
Mon Aug 8 15:12:24 EST 2011
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track), Developmental Biology, John Carroll University
The Department of Biology at John Carroll University seeks a developmental biologist for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to start August 2012. Candidates should have a Ph.D., with peer-reviewed publications in their field; competitive applicants will have teaching experience and/or postdoctoral training. The successful applicant will teach Cell Biology and Developmental Biology, as well as courses in our introductory sequence for majors. S/he also will develop upper-level courses in his/her specialty and may teach biology courses for non-science majors. Additionally, we desire a candidate who will embrace the department's emphasis on evolution, the environment, and ethics in science. Research interest in developmental biology is open, but the applicant must be able to develop an active research program involving undergraduate and M.S. students and be able to publish regularly. To apply, submit by Sept. 30, 2011: letter of interest; curriculum vitae; teaching philosophy; research statement; unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts; and three reference letters sent under separate cover to Developmental Biologist Search Committee, Department of Biology, John Carroll University, 20700 N. Park Blvd., University Heights, OH 44118. For more information, please visit http://www.jcu.edu/biology/development.htm. John Carroll University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. The University is committed to diversity in the workplace and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
Associate Professor and Chair
John Carroll University
20700 N. Park Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118
EMAIL: jlissemore from jcu.edu<mailto:jlissemore from jcu.edu>
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