Assistant professor (tenure-track) in Organismal Biology and Ecology (USA) ~ Bioblogia.net

18 de diciembre de 2016

Assistant professor (tenure-track) in Organismal Biology and Ecology (USA)

The Biology Department at the University of Michigan-Flint seeks applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level starting in September 2017. A candidate is sought with a strong background in Organismal Biology and Ecology. A candidate with post-doctoral research or management experience is preferred. Requirements: A Ph.D. in biology or related discipline with a strong background in organismal biology and ecology. A successful candidate must have: a broad background in biology (e.g., coursework such as cell biology, genetics, organismal biology, ecology, zoology); significant coursework in biology and ecology; ability to teach an introductory organismal biology course and upper-level ecology courses (as evidenced by student teaching evaluations, presentations at professional meetings, or from references); a commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching and research; and a record of scholarly research (i.e., publications and presentations at scholarly meetings on topics of basic science, organismal biology, and ecology). Teaching responsibilities will include teaching an introductory organismal biology course and development and teaching of upper-level ecology courses (lecture and laboratory). Applicants must be willing to work collaboratively with colleagues in course activities, as well as participate in service activities. Applicants also must be willing to actively involve graduate and undergraduate students in research. Post will remain open until filled; however, the review of applications will begin January 20, 2017.


More information about the position, including how to apply and information about the University of Michigan – Flint, can be found at: http://careers.umich...essor_-_biology

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