faculty position in plant systematics

Nathan Rank rank at SONOMA.EDU
Sat Jul 11 17:41:07 CDT 1998

Tenure Track faculty position (Assistant/Associate professor) in plant
 at Sonoma State University.  Starting in January or August, 1999

The Department of Biology is seeking a biologist who uses a range of
analytical and molecular techniques to study plant evolution and
systematics. We are searching for a dynamic teacher-scholar who will
contribute innovative ideas and modern expertise to a collaborative
learning environment.  The successful candidate will teach plant taxonomy
and other courses, and we expect the successful candidate to become
actively involved in externally-funded research with undergraduate students
and master's candidates.

Complete applications shall include a cover letter; CV; statement of
professional goals for teaching and research; transcripts (undergraduate &
graduate); copies of major publications; copies of recent teaching
evaluations; and three letters of reference. Also send the names, titles,
and phone numbers of three people who have been asked to send letters of

Applications postmarked by August 14, 1998 will receive priority
consideration. Applications will be accepted until a final postmark date of
September 25, 1998.

For additional information about this position and about our department,
please see our website (www.sonoma.edu/biology/). You may also contact:

Dr. Philip T. Northen, Chair
Department of Biology
Sonoma State University
1801 E. Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928-3609
e-mail: phil.northen at sonoma.edu
707-664-3012 (FAX)

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