[Drosophila] Assistant Professor Developmental Biologist

Glenn White via dros%40net.bio.net (by whitege from longwood.edu)
Wed Oct 11 09:43:41 EST 2006

Developmental Biologist

The Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Longwood =20
University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the =20
Assistant Professor rank to begin August 2007.  The successful =20
candidate will have an earned Ph.D., a strong commitment to =20
excellence and innovation in undergraduate teaching, the potential to =20=

develop a successful research program in an undergraduate setting, =20
dedication to quality advising of students and supervision of =20
undergraduate research, and commitment to service to the university =20
and local communities.  The University will provide dedicated =20
research space as well as start-up funding.  This position requires =20
teaching introductory biology courses for majors and non-majors, =20
creating a developmental biology course and a course in the =20
candidate=92s area of expertise, as well as contributing to upper-level =20=

course offerings in one or more of the following areas:  genetics, =20
toxicology, or invertebrate zoology.  The opportunity exists to =20
contribute to the development of a major in environmental science. =20
Complete applications will include a letter of application, vita, =20
statements of teaching philosophy and research interests and goals, =20
unofficial copies of transcripts, and the names and contact =20
information for three references.  Submit application materials to:  =20
Developmental Biologist Search Committee Chair, Department of =20
Biological and Environmental Sciences, Longwood University, 201 High =20
Street, Farmville, VA 23909.   Email submissions will not be =20
accepted.  Information about the Department can be found at:  http://=20
www.longwood.edu/bes.  In the later stages of review, candidates may =20
be asked to submit additional supporting materials.  Applications =20
received by 1 November will receive full consideration.

Thanks and cheers,


Glenn Edward White, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Longwood University
201 High Street
Farmville, Virginia  23901
434-395-2956 (office)
434-395-2652 (fax)

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