Systematic Botany Position

Molly McMullen mmcm at ACPUB.DUKE.EDU
Wed Oct 13 07:22:50 CDT 1999

Systematic Botany

Duke University is seeking a broadly trained systematic biologist with
research interests in vascular plants, algae, or lichenized fungi for a
tenure track position as Assistant Professor.  The systematic botany group
has a long tradition of research and training in flowering plants, mosses,
algae, fungi, and lichens, with strong links to the larger evolutionary
biology program at Duke.  We are especially interested in candidates who
use a combination of collections-based, experimental, and molecular
approaches, and whose interests promote interactive links with evolutionary
biologists, molecular biologists, and ecologists.  The successful candidate
will be expected to develop an externally-funded research program, and to
participate in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
More information on our Programs can be found at
<>, <>, and
<>.  Applicants should provide 1) a CV, 2)
a letter detailing accomplishments, future research plans, and teaching
goals, 3) reprints of recent papers, and 4) arrange for three letters of
reference to be sent directly to:  Dr. A. Jonathan Shaw, Plant Systematics
Search Committee, Department of Botany, 139 Biological Sciences Building,
Box 90338, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0338.  Tel. 919-660-7372.
Review of applications will begin on 15 November, 1999.

Molly McMullen
Curatorial Associate
Department of Botany
Box 90338
Duke University
Durham NC  27708-0338

mmcm at
FAX (919) 660-7293

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