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Faculty Positions

Jones, Richard rjones at mail.smu.edu
Thu Nov 7 14:34:02 EST 2002

Tenure-Track Positions
Department of Biological Sciences

Department of Biological Sciences has recently moved into a new 
68,000 sq. ft. state-of-the art facility.  As part of the process to 
expand upon our already strong molecular biology program, two new 
faculty members have joined our department this year and an 
additional two to three positions are available for fall 2003. 
Candidates at the junior (ASSISTANT) or senior (ASSOCIATE OR FULL 
PROFESSOR) levels are invited to apply. Successful candidates must 
have a strong record of research accomplishments in areas that 
utilize molecular biology, biochemistry or cell biology and will be 
expected to develop vigorous, externally funded research programs. 
Additionally, successful candidates will have a strong commitment to 
undergraduate and graduate teaching.  For one of the positions, 
preference will be given to an individual whose research examines 
components of oxidative stress and free radical biology.  Competitive 
start-up funds and salaries will be offered.  Candidates should 
forward curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research plans, and 
three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Larry Ruben, Chair, 
Department of Biological Sciences, Southern Methodist University, 
Dallas, TX 75275.   The positions recruited this year begin fall 
semester 2003.  To ensure full consideration for the positions, the 
applications must be postmarked by December 1, 2002, but the 
committee will continue to accept applications until the positions 
are filled.  The committee will notify applicants of its employment 
decisions after the positions are filled.  SMU will not discriminate 
on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, 
disability, or veteran status.  SMU also is committed to 
nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

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