TENURE-TRACK POSITION IN INVERTEBRATE BIOLOGY,SYSTEMATICS,EVOLUTION

Van D. Gooch Goochv at CAA.MRS.UMN.EDU
Fri Oct 18 17:17:18 CDT 1996


The University of Minnesota, Morris seeks to fill a tenure-track position in
invertebrate zoology and evolutionary biology beginning September 1997. The
selected candidate will: teach a broad range of undergraduate courses; advise
undergraduates; pursue research; and share in the governance and development of
the biology program as well as the campus at-large.

Candidates must expect a Ph.D. in invertebrate zoology or a closely related
field, with expertise in evolutionary biology and systematics, by September
1997. Two years experience teaching at the undergraduate level is required.
(Graduate TA experience is acceptable.)

The University of Minnesota, Morris is a small, selective, residential,
undergraduate liberal arts college of the University of Minnesota.  Salary
range: $32,000 to $40,000 depending upon qualifications. Applications must
include a letter of application, resume, transcript(s), three reference letters,
and two statements: (1) a teaching statement in which approaches to teaching are
described and past teaching experiences are evaluated, and (2) a research
proposal in which the applicant proposes a research program that is viable and
accessible to advanced undergraduates at a small liberal arts institution. Send
applications to: Biology Search Chair, Division of Science and Mathematics,
University of Minnesota, Morris, MN  56267-2128. Applications must be received
by December 6, 1996. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity
educator and employer.




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