Tenure Track Position in vertebrate field biology (USA) ~ Bioblogia.net

31 de agosto de 2014

Tenure Track Position in vertebrate field biology (USA)

Assistant Professor at Siena College, Loudonville, NY. Tenure-track position, starting fall 2015  --
Vertebrate field biologist. Candidate must be broadly trained in biology, and have a Ph.D. in the biological sciences.  Post-doctoral research or teaching experience strongly preferred.  Successful
candidate will be committed to teaching undergraduates and to developing a research program that involves undergraduates. A research lab in our modern facility and initial startup funds will be
provided.  Teaching duties include upper division general ecology and vertebrate biology courses with laboratories, for majors.  In addition, all biology faculty assist with introductory level courses
for biology majors.   The teaching load is 9 contact hours per semester.  Candidates with research expertise in any area of field biology will be considered.
Siena College is a four-year liberal arts college with approximately
3000 students.  The Biology Department consists of 14 full-time
faculty members and over 300 majors.  Additional information about
this position, our department, course descriptions, and facilities can
be found at www.siena.edu/biology/. Further questions about the
position can be directed to Dr. Kenneth Helm, helm@siena.edu.

To apply, submit a pdf document file that includes a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, statement of teaching experience and interests, a
statement of research interests, and three letters of recommendation
(submitted separately).  Electronic submission through Interfolio is
required; please submit materials to
https://secure.interfolio.com/apply/25548   no later than September
26, 2014.  Only complete applications will be considered.  For
questions or further information, please contact Eileen Martino,
Biology Department Administrator, School of Science at


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