POSTDOCTORAL AND GRADUATE
OPPORTUNITIES IN ANIMAL BEHAVIOR AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY
The NSF-supported Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior at
Indiana University seeks outstanding candidates for training that combines
approaches from biology, neuroscience, and psychology in the study of
animal behavior. Focal areas include mate choice and sexual behavior,
ecology of learning, neural plasticity, communication, orientation and
migration, and parental behavior and development. Predoctoral candidates
should request applications from the Psychology or Biology Departments or
the Program in Neural Science to be returned by February 1 for the fall of
1995. Postdoctoral candidates (who must be permanent residents or
citizens of the US) should apply by February 1, 1995 to guarantee
consideration for positions beginning in the fall of 1995.
Inquiries to CISAB 402 N. Park, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405;
Phone 812 855-9663; FAX 812 855-0411; e-mail lprincio at indiana.edu.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION on Gopher and WWW
Additional information about the Center for the Integrative Study of
Animal Behavior can be accessed through World-Wide Web at:
or via Gopher at:
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications by members underrepresented in the sciences are encouraged.