VASCULAR PLANT SYSTEMATIST
The Department of Botany at Duke University invites applications for a
vascular plant systematist as a tenure-track Assistant Professor or
tenured Associate Professor of Botany to begin September 1996.
Expansion of the Duke University Herbarium (algae, fungi, bryophytes and
vascular plants totaling over 700,000 specimens) into a new building is
planned and applicants for the position should be prepared to assume a
leading role with respect to the collections. Applicants must have an
active research program and the ability to teach and direct research at
the undergraduate and graduate levels. Individuals with research
interests that take advantage of the strengths of the collections
(eastern North America, Neotropics) are encouraged to apply. A complete
application includes a curriculum vitae, description of research goals
and teaching interests and three letters of reference, to be sent to
Professor Donald E. Stone, Department of Botany, Box 90338, Duke
University, Durham, NC 27708-0338 (e-mail dstone at acpub.duke.edu).
Applications received by December 21, 1995 are guaranteed consideration.
Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.