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Scott L. Gardner slg at UNL.EDU
Wed Dec 10 16:42:33 CST 2003

Just to make sure that this is getting wide attention...

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

The School of Biological Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track
faculty position at the Assistant Professor level with expertise in using
molecular techniques to investigate evolutionary and/or ecological
questions with an emphasis in organismal biology. Candidates will be expected to
develop a rigorous research program and assume teaching responsibilities
in undergraduate courses in the areas of biological diversity and/or ecology
and evolution, and at the graduate level in their area of expertise. A
Ph.D. in the life sciences is required and post-doctoral experience is
preferred. To apply send a curriculum vita and copies of representative
publications along with statement of research interests and teaching
interests and philosophy. Also arrange for three letters of reference
to be sent by January 1 to Jack Morris, School of Biological Sciences,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 348 Manter Hall, Lincoln, NE 68588-0118.
The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected.

UNL is committed to a pluralistic campus community through Affirmative
Action and Equal Opportunity, and is responsive to the needs of dual
career couples.  We assure responsible accommodation under the Americans with
Disabilities Act.  For further information contact Jack Morris at 402-472-6676 for

The position announcement is meant to attract the widest possible range of
applicants with expertise in ecology and evolutionary biology.
Parasitology has a long tradition at the University of Nebraska
and it is hoped that the final pool of applicants includes several parasitologists.

Scott Lyell Gardner, Ph.D.
Harold W. Manter Laboratory of Parasitology
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0514

e-mail:   slg at unl.edu
Web:      http://hwml.unl.edu
ASP Page: http://asp.unl.edu

Phone:    402-472-3334
Fax:      402-472-8949


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