Faculty Position: Conservation Biology

James F Gilliam jfgzo at unity.ncsu.edu
Sun Nov 13 12:00:23 EST 1994


The Department of Zoology at North Carolina State University seeks 
applicants for Assistant Professor in Conservation Biology.  Candidates 
should have research experience in community or landscape ecology, 
preferably emphasizing terrrestrial vertebrates.  The position is 
12-month tenure track, combining teaching and research.  Teaching duties 
include undergraduate and graduate advising and undergraduate (including 
ecology) and graduate (including the specialty and probably ornithology) 
courses.  Candidates are expected to show potential for excellence in 
teaching, to demonstrate research achievement, and to have received a 
Ph.D. in conservation biology or a related field by July, 1995.  
Postdoctoral research experience is preferred.  A letter of application, 
three letters of recommendation, and curriculum vitae should be sent to 
Sam Mozley, Conservation Biology Search, Department of Zoology, North 
Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC  27695-7617.  Applications will 
be accepted until December 9, 1994 or a suitable candidate is 
identified.  We are looking to diversify our faculty; minorities and 
women are encouraged to apply.  N. C. State University is an EO/AA employer.


General information on N.C. State University can be found at
http://www.ncsu.edu/  (still under development)

The new faculty member may wish to participate in the interdepartmental
Program in Biomathematics, Program in Fisheries and Wildlife, Program in
Ecology, and/or Program in Physiology, as appropriate.

Jim Gilliam
james_gilliam at ncsu.edu (preferred) or jfgzo at unity.ncsu.edu
Department of Zoology
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7617

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