TENURE TRACK POSITION - UCLA
The Department of Geography seeks an Assistant Professor in Biogeography
for a tenure-track position commencing in Fall 2001. We are seeking
applicants with expertise in field-based physiological plant ecology
coupled with vegetation modeling to address landscape-scale problems
relevant to human induced landscape modification, biodiversity
preservation, conservation and the
impacts of global change. Skills in GIS are desirable. The candidate
must have a commitment to excellence in research and teaching within a
diverse and multi-faceted geography department. Demonstrated
productivity in terms of peer-reviewed publications, and the potential
for obtaining external research funding are essential. Doctorate in
geography, or related field, required at time of appointment. The
Geography Department offers field meteorological equipment, advanced
computational, GIS and remote sensing facilities, and broad faculty
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a detailed letter
explaining current and proposed research, and teaching experience and
plans, and the names, e-mail, and mailing addresses of three referees.
Applications must be received by 15 January 2001.
Apply: Chair, Biogeography Search Committee, Department of Geography,
UCLA, Box 95124, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1524. Voice 310-825-2568. e-mail
macdonal at geog.ucla.edu. WWW www.geog.ucla.edu.
Glen M. MacDonald
Professor and Vice Chair - Geography,
Professor - Organismic Biology, Ecology and Evolution
405 Hilgard Ave.
Los Angeles, CA
macdonal at geog.ucla.edu