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Faculty Position - Marine Ecology

J. Renee Brooks jrbrooks at chuma.cas.usf.edu
Thu Feb 4 14:47:16 EST 1999


The Department of Biology at the University of South Florida (USF) seeks
a nine-month, tenure track Assistant Professor to begin in August, 1999,
contingent upon funding.  We are interested in marine ecologists who are
committed to work in Florida habitats.  The Tampa Bay area offers
sub-tropical marine habitats including estuarine and coastal seagrass
beds and mangrove ecosystems.  Tropical coral reefs of the Florida Keys
are five hours away. The  Florida Institute of Oceanography and
Department of Marine Science in St. Petersburg, Florida, maintain active
marine research programs and a facility in the Florida Keys.  Candidates
must have a Ph.D. in one of the biological sciences; post-doctoral
experience is preferred.  The successful candidate is  expected to
develop a strong record of extramurally funded research, and teach
undergraduate classes in the areas of marine ecology and environmental
science, graduate classes in their area of expertise, and participate in
the Environmental Sciences and Policy Program.  USF is a large
metropolitan university ranked as a Carnegie Institute Research Level
Two Institution.  The Biology Department consists of 32 faculty members,
3 full time instructors, 1800 undergraduate majors and more than 100
doctoral and masters students.  To apply, send a curriculum vitae,
reprints of three published papers,  statements of research and teaching
interests, and three letters of reference, to Marine Ecologist Search
Committee, Department of Biology, SCA 110, University of South Florida,
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33620-5150.  Completed applications
must be received by March 19, 1999.    The University of South Florida
is an EO/AA/EA institution.  For disability  accommodations, please call
813-974-3250.  Further information on the department and this position
can be found at  http://www.cas.usf.edu/biology.

J. Renee Brooks                   (813) 974-7352 (Office)
Department of Biology             (813) 974-3263 (FAX)
University of South Florida       (813) 974-3250 (Dept)
Tampa, FL 33620-5150              jrbrooks at chuma.cas.usf.edu

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