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Robert Nicholson BIBN at FHSUVM.FHSU.EDU
Sun Nov 6 16:19:26 CST 1994


                        Faculty Position in Entomology

Fort Hays State University --------------------------------Hays, Kansas

DATE OF APPOINTMENT:  15 August 1995
RANK: Assistant Professor
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Tenure-track position for biologist with background in
  general entomology. Area of specialization and secondary expertise is open.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach introductory biology, entomology, and other courses
  such as aquatic biology, introductory zoology, invertebrate zoology,
  ecology, systematics, or genetics, depending on expertise. Supervise M.S.
  students in departmental graduate program. Advise undergraduates and
  contribute service to University. Curation of insect collection (Associate
  Curator) in the Sternberg Museum of Natural History is desired.
QUALIFICATIONS: Earned Ph.D. in the biological sciences, emphasizing insects.
  Teaching experience and evidence of scholarly activity required. Requires
  strong communicative skills, a commitment to excellence in teaching, the
  ability to interact professionally with a diversity of other biologists,
  and ability to acquire research funding. Experience in museum curation is
  desirable.
SALARY:  competitive

DEPARTMENT: The Department of Biological Sciences and Allied Health has 19
  full-time and 2 part-time faculty members representing the disciplines of
  biology, botany, zoology, natural resource management, medical technology,
  and medical diagnostic imaging systems. In addition to an M.S. degree in
  biology, the department offers the B.S. degree, one A.S. degree program,
  and two pre-professional degree programs. Resources include a scanning
  electron microscope, excellent computing facilities, laboratories, a
  greenhouse, and a live-animal housing facility. Several faculty members are
  Associate Curators of various collections in the Sternberg Museum of
  Natural History.
UNIVERSITY: F.H.S.U. is a state-supported, liberal and applied arts
  institution governed by the Kansas Board of Regents and serves primarily
  western Kansas. Nearly 6,000 students are enrolled in four colleges (Arts
  and Sciences, Business, Education, and Health and Life Sciences) and a
  Graduate School, which have a combined total of about 340 full-time faculty
  members. The campus is modern, and attractive, and has outstanding museums,
  galleries, and cultural and recreational facilities. The Kansas State
  University Agricultural Research Center -  Hays, is adjacent to the campus.
COMMUNITY: The population of Hays is about 17,000, and is located about midway
  between Kansas City and Denver on I-70. It is a regional center serving the
  cultural, health, education, business, service, and transportation needs of
  much of western Kansas.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications should include curriculum vitae,
  transcripts, a statement of teaching interests and both professional and
  research goals, copies of representative scholarly work, and names,
  addresses, and telephone numbers of five references. Applicants should not
  request letters of recommendation. Apply by 3 January 1995, to:

     Dr. J. R. Choate, Chairman, Entomologist Search Committee
     Fort Hays State University, 600 Park Street, Hays, KS  67601-4099
     PH: 913-628-4214; FAX: 913-628-4290; Internet: bijc at fhsuvm.fhsu.edu

           Fort Hays State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
           Opportunity Employer.Minorities, women, the disabled, and
                       veterans are encouraged to apply.




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