Position in Systematic and Evolutionary Biology

Mark Farmer farmer at CB.UGA.EDU
Wed Sep 14 11:38:37 CDT 2005


Systematic and Evolutionary Biology
The Plant Biology Department at the University of
Georgia has an opening for an Assistant or Associate
Professor in Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. We
seek a systematic biologist who uses innovative
approaches to address fundamental questions about
plants, algae or fungi in areas such as phylogenetics,
molecular evolution, speciation or genome evolution.
The successful candidate is expected to develop a
vigorous, externally-funded research program and to
teach and train undergraduate and graduate students in
systematics. Cover letter, curriculum vitae, short
statements of research interests and teaching
philosophy and no more than five reprints should be
assembled into a single pdf file and submitted online at
http://www.plantbio.uga.edu/positions.html.

Candidates should request four referees to submit
letters of recommendation to the same site or by mail to
Systematic and Evolutionary Biology Search Committee,
Plant Biology Department, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA USA 30602-7271. Applications received by
November 4, 2005 are assured full consideration. The
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences is
committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and
strongly encourages applications from individuals in
under-represented groups. UGA is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.




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