faculty position: Invertebrate Ecology

donald w duszynskion eimeria at unm.edu
Mon Sep 25 17:22:30 EST 1995


     
     
          INVERTEBRATE ECOLOGIST, The Department of Biology at
     THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO is seeking applicants who
     do research in any area of INVERTEBRATE ECOLOGY for a
     full-time, tenure-track position as ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, 
     to begin August 19, 1996. Minimum requirement:
     Ph.D. in related field. Preferred characteristics:
     Post-doctoral experience; an innovative and conceptually-
     based research program as reflected in publications and 
     other scholarly activities; and a commitment to excellent 
     teaching at the beginning undergraduate through graduate 
     levels. The successful applicant will be expected to 
     establish an extramurally-funded research program, and to 
     participate in departmental service activities. Send a 
     letter of application, CV, representative reprints, 
     statements of research and teaching interests, and at 
     least three letters of reference to: 
     
          CHAIR, INVERTEBRATE ECOLOGIST SEARCH COMMITTEE
          DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
          THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO
          ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87131-1091.
     
          Telephone: 505/277-3411; Fax: 505/277-0304. 
     
     Complete applications must be received by OCT.16, 1995.
     
     UNM is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer



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