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john janovy jjanovy at unlinfo.unl.edu
Wed Dec 28 19:08:25 EST 1994

A few days ago I sent out a preliminary notice of two jobs open at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  One of these is a Dean's level 
position--Director of the UN State Museum of Natural History.  The ad 
that will appear in the Chronicle of Higher Education reads:

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) invites applications and 
nominations for Director, University of Nebraska State Museum.  
Successful candidates will have primary leadership and fiscal 
responsibility in furthering the mission of the Museum in research, 
teaching, and public service.  Candidates must possess an earned 
doctorate in science or other appropriate academic discipline, have a 
record of scholarly achievement and experience in management and 
administration, and faculty credentials consistent with those of a 
tenured full professor.  This position is responsible for the vigorous
pursuit of extramural funding to support Museum research and public 
outreach activities and for developing statewide support for the 
Museum.  Screeding of applications will begin on March 15, 1995.  
Persons interested in becoming a candidate should forward a letter of 
interest, an up-to-date vita and the names and addresses of five 
references.  References will not be contacted without prior approval 
of the candidate.  Nominations and applications should be sent to: 
Professor Ray Hames, Chair, UN State Museum Director Search Advisory 
Committee, 302 Administration Building, University of 
Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0433.  Telephone: 402/47202411; 
FAX: 402/472-9642.  The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to
a pluralistic campus community through Affirmative Action and Equal 
Opportunity and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.  We
assure reasonable accomodations under the Americans with Disabilities 
Act.  Contact Raymond B. Hames at the above address for more 

This is actually an excellent positon for exactly the right person at 
exactly the right stage of his/her career.  Please feel free to 
forward this information to anyone you feel might be the least bit 
interested.  I'd also be happy to answer questions by e-mail about the

John Janovy, Jr.
Biol Sci, UN-L
Lincoln, NE 68588-0118
jjanovy at unLinfo.unL.edu
(402) 472-2754 or -3779

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