Plant Systematist/Evolutionist

Lawrence Janeway lpjaneway at COMPUSERVE.COM
Wed Nov 12 00:21:45 CST 1997

Plant Systematist/Evolutionist.

The Department of Biological Sciences at California State University, Chi=
invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship beginning=

in the 1998-99 academic year.  Candidates must have a Ph.D., a
specialization in plant systematics and evolution, experience with
traditional and molecular techniques, a demonstrated knowledge of field
botany, a demonstrated ability or potential to develop a vigorous researc=
program, teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and a strong
interest in teaching excellence.  Postdoctoral experience is preferred.  =

Responsibilities include teaching upper-division courses  in vascular pla=
taxonomy and systematics, teaching lower-division organismal and
introductory biology courses including some courses with a field emphasis=
developing a graduate course in area of specialization, establishing a
research program with potential for external funding that will involve
undergraduate and graduate students, and participating in the departmenta=
program as needed.  Normal faculty duties include undergraduate advising =
well as 12-16 classroom hours of teaching per week.  Applicants should
submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching=

philosophy, complete academic transcripts, representative reprints, and
three letters of reference to:  Dr. Michael Abruzzo, Chair; Attn:  Plant
Systematics Position; Department of Biological Sciences; CSU, Chico; Chic=
CA 95929-0515. To insure full consideration, completed applications shoul=
be received by 1/16/98.  CSU, Chico is an EEO/AA/ADA/IRCA employer that i=
committed to a culturally diverse work force, hence all qualified
individuals are encouraged to apply.

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