University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Developmental Biology or Molecular-Cellular Immunology
Tenure-track position for person seeking a balance of research and
teaching in a department designated a UW System Center of Excellence,
beginning Fall, 1995. Require PhD and post-doctoral research with
expertise in developmental biology or molecular-cellular immunology and
proven competence in applying molecular biology techniques in research.
Teaching experience and a broad background in biology helpful. Duties
include: 1) research involving M.S. and undergraduate students; 2)
initially teaching an introductory course for non-majors, laboratory
modules on working with cultured cells and proteins, and upper division
courses in area of specialty; and 3) service to the university.
UW-Parkside's campus is an attractive, park-like setting in the
Chicago-Milwaukee urban corridor with a diverse student body. The
14-person department offers strong undergraduate concentrations in General
Biology, Pre-health Professions, and Molecular Biology, as well as a
thesis-based M.S. in Applied Molecular Biology. All faculty have active
research programs; collaborations are encouraged.
Send letter of interest, C.V., brief summary of research and teaching
goals, representative reprints, and names of at least 3 references to Dr.
Scott Thomson, Chair, Biological Sciences Search Committee, UW-Parkside,
Box 2000, Kenosha, WI 53141 (414-595-2 547/2327; fax 414-595-2056;
thomson at cs.uwp.edu) by Nov. 28. The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Please also indicate how you became aware of this position. Thank you.