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Faculty Position

Richard P Rockefeller rockefr at epix.net
Thu Nov 4 19:24:05 EST 1999

Harold Weger <harold.weger at uregina.ca> wrote in message
news: at atlas.cc.uregina.ca...
> Animal Molecular Biologist.
> The Department of Biology at the University of Regina invites applications
> for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, effective
> July 1, 2000 (subject to budgetary approval).  We are seeking qualified
> individuals who use molecular techniques to study animal systems.  The
> successful candidate will be welcomed to interact with members of
> GenBioTek, an interdepartmental unit made up of individuals who use
> molecular techniques in their research.  Candidates must have a recent
> postdoctoral experience and a productive research record.  As well as
> establishing an externally-funded research program, the successful
> candidate will be expected to participate in the teaching of undergraduate
> and graduate courses, and to develop an advanced undergraduate course in
> his/her area of expertise.  Start-up research funds will be provided, as
> well as a reduced teaching load in the first two years.  To apply for the
> position, submit a letter of application outlining research and teaching
> goals, a curriculum vitae, samples of research publications, and arrange
> for three letters of reference to be sent to: Dr. W. Chapco, Head,
> Department of Biology, University of Regina, Regina, SK, S4S 0A2 Canada.
> (fax 306-585-4894; phone 306-585-4231; e-mail William.Chapco at uregina.ca).
> The closing date for applications is December 31, 1999.  Further
> information about the department is available on the world-wide web at:
> http://www.uregina.ca./science/biology.  In accordance with Canadian
> Immigration Regulations, preference will be given to citizens and
> residents of Canada.  The University of Regina is committed to the
> principle of employment equity.

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