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tenure track position

Harold Weger harold.weger at uregina.ca
Thu Oct 12 13:55:23 EST 2000

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, 2001 (subject to budgetary approval).  We
are seeking qualified individuals who use molecular techniques to study
animal systems.  The successful candidate will have opportunities to
interact with a number of individuals who use molecular techniques in their
research fields.  Candidates must have a recent PhD, 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 January 15, 2001.  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 permanent
residents of Canada.  The University of Regina is committed to the principle
of employment equity.


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