Curators of Mammals and Invertebrates, Univ. of Minnesota

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Thu Nov 16 08:28:47 CST 2000


Curator of Mammals/Assistant Professor


Curator of Invertebrates/Assistant Professor

The Bell Museum of Natural History, the Department of Ecology, Evolution,

Behavior, and the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife announce two tenure

track positions. Candidates should have an active, specimen-based research

program involving mammals or aquatic invertebrates, emphasizing a conceptual

focus (examples include phylogeography, biogeography, conservation,

comparative biology, molecular or morphological phylogenetics, or other

related topical areas). In addition to maintaining an innovative and

extramurally funded research program, the successful candidate will be

expected to contribute to the undergraduate and graduate education mission

the University, curate either the mammal or non-insect invertebrate

(the latter is strongest in molluscs), and help maintain scientific content

and accuracy in the Bell Museum's public outreach programs. A Ph.D. is

required and post-doctoral experience is preferred. Please send a CV; up to

five selected reprints; statements of research, teaching, and curatorial

interests; and names and addresses of three references. Review of

applications will begin 12 January 2001. Submit materials to Search

(Curator of Mammals or Curator of Invertebrates), Bell Museum of Natural

History, Room 300, 10 Church St. S.E., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis,

MN 55455-0104.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons

have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard

to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status,

disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.



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