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Position for Asst. Prof in Ecology

Susan Therese Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Fri Sep 20 03:58:32 EST 2002

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The Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Georgia College
& State University, the designated public liberal arts institution for the
state of Georgia, seeks candidates in the area of Ecology.  The university
offers B.S. degrees in Biology and Environmental Science and a M.S. in
Biology.  A Ph.D. in Ecology is required for this tenure-track
position.  The successful candidate will contribute to the new
Environmental Science major and will teach introductory environmental
science and general ecology as well as upper and graduate level courses in
population and community ecology and biostatistics.  We especially seek
candidates with interests in field as well as theoretical ecology who
desire to develop a research program that involves undergraduate student
majors.  Effective teaching, scholarship, and university/community service
are required for promotion and tenure.  Starting salary will be
commensurate with qualifications/experience.  Starting date is August
2003.  Review of applications will begin November 15, 2002, and will
continue until the position is filled.  Submit letter of application,
curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and the names and contact
information of at least three references by mail to:  Dr. Melanie DeVore,
Ecology Search Committee, Department of Biological and Environmental
Sciences, CBX 081, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville,
GA  31061.  GC&SU is Georgia's public liberal arts university and a member
of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) and an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.

Individuals who applied for the Population Ecologist position advertised
last year are strongly encouraged to notify the Search Chair if you desire
to activate your file.

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