Faculty Positions in Ecological Sustainability ~ Bioblogia.net

31 de octubre de 2004

Faculty Positions in Ecological Sustainability

Department of Entomology, University of Maryland
As part of a major expansion of the College of Life Sciences, we seek outstanding colleagues at any rank whose work treats basic and applied aspects of ecological sustainability,especially in human-influenced or managed systems. Examples of appropriate research areas include, among
others: habitat and biodiversity conservation; management, restoration and risk assessment of urban terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems; flux of materials (e.g., biogeochemicals) or biota (e.g., pathogens, transgenes, invasive species) across ecosystem boundaries. The sustainability initiative seeks to synergize existing campus strengths in basic and applied ecology, integrated pest management, environmental engineering, aquatic restoration, bioremediation, agricultural resource economics, and computational biology. The University's proximity to Washington, D.C. offers unmatched opportunities for partnerships with ecology-related federal and non-profit organizations. For further information see www.entm.umd.edu. Applicants should email a research statement, c.v. including teaching interests and experience, and names of three references
to: Ecological Sustainability Search, jclewis@umd.edu. Review of applications will be ongoing, starting 10 December 2004. Applications from minorities andwomen are strongly encouraged.

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