Tenure track, assistant professor Colorado College

Jane Newberry JNewberry at ColoradoCollege.edu
Thu Dec 10 17:05:54 EST 1998


 PLANT PHYSIOLOGIST OR DEVELOPMENTAL BOTANIST.   Tenure track, assistant
 professor, beginning fall 1999 in the Biology Department  at Colorado
 College, a private, undergraduate, highly selective, liberal arts
 institution enrolling approximately 1900 students.  Responsibilities
 include: 1) teaching introductory botany, cell biology, and an upper level
 course in plant physiology or plant development and 2) development of a
 research program involving undergraduates.  PhD required, teaching and
 post-doctoral research experience highly desirable.  The College seeks
 candidates who understand diverse perspectives and learning styles, with
 particular emphasis on the perspectives of women and minority groups.
 Applicants should send 1) cover letter that includes a description of
 professional background and goals 2) statement of teaching philosophy
 3)description of current and future research plans 4) curriculum vitae
 with e-mail address 5) copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts
 and 6) four letters of recommendation to Tass Kelso, Chair, Department of
 Biology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO  80903  no later than
January 18,
 1999.
 	Colorado College is an Equal Opportunity Employer;  we welcome
 members of all minority groups and reaffirm our commitment to hire without
 regard torace, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation
 or disability.




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