Tenure-track position in plant ecology at Grinnell College

Jonathan Brown brownj at ac.grin.edu
Fri Dec 1 12:38:02 EST 1995



         Grinnell College invites applications for a tenure-track
         appointment beginning August, 1995, in plant ecology at the
         ASSISTANT PROFESSOR rank. We seek candidates with proficiency
         in quantitative methods of the discipline and a commitment to
         field research with the ability to teach an advanced course
         in ecology using our field station and laboratory, an
         introductory biology course in evolution and ecology, and a
         general education course for non-majors.  Grinnell College is
         seeking candidates with post-doctoral research experience who
         plan an active research program involving undergraduates.
         Start-up funds, excellent facilities, and continuing support
         for research are available.  In their applications,
         candidates should address their interests in teaching in an
         undergraduate, liberal-arts environment that emphasizes close
         faculty-student interaction.  Send curriculum vitae, three
         letters of recommendation, a statement of teaching and
         research interests and copies of all transcripts to:
         Professor Bruce Voyles (voyles at ac.grin.edu), Ecology Search
         Committee, Department of Biology, Grinnell College, Grinnell,
         IA 50112-0806, (515-269-3047).  To assure full consideration,
         applications must be complete by January 26, 1995.  Grinnell
         College is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer
         and especially seeks women and minority candidates.

Jackie (Jonathan) Brown                         brownj at ac.grin.edu
Biology Dept., Grinnell College                 (515)269-3096
Grinnell, IA 50112

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