job opening

SC49000/Mike at Mizzou1.Missouri.eduTannenbaum/Science SC49000/Mike at Mizzou1.Missouri.eduTannenbaum/Science
Wed Oct 19 07:40:24 CDT 1994

Plant Systematist

   Northeast Missouri State University invites applications for
an anticipated tenure-track position in Plant
Systematics/Taxonomy at the Assistant Professor level, starting
August 1995.  The successful candidate will teach Plant Taxonomy,
Local Flora, rotate through General Botany and General Biology,
and have the opportunity to offer an advanced specialty course.
Expectations also include curation of a 20,000 specimen
Herbarium.  Teaching and research are mutually supportive
activities at Northeast; candidates should be strongly committed
to both teaching and developing a research program involving
undergraduates and M.S. students.  Laboratory space and start-up
funds will be provided; space in a 2800 sq. ft. greenhouse is
also available.

   Northeast is Missouri~s only statewide, highly selective,
public undergraduate liberal arts and sciences university.  We
are nationally recognized for our innovative assessment program
and total commitment to a broad-based liberal arts and sciences
education.  Students benefit from a university-wide 16:1
student/faculty ratio and the opportunity to work closely with
faculty conducting research.

   Candidates must possess a Ph.D., or have a targeted completion
date of mid-August 1995.  Complete applications include a
curriculum vita, statements of teaching philosophy and research
goals,  undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters
of reference. All application materials should be sent to: Dr.
Jeffrey M. Osborn, Plant Systematics Search Committee, Division
of Science, Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO
63501 (816-785-4017).  Completed applications will be reviewed
starting 15 December 1994.

NMSU is an AA/EOE institution committed to cultural diversity and
compliance with the ADA

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