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Tenure-Track Position

randall hicks rhicks at D.UMN.EDU
Mon Oct 16 13:31:56 EST 1995

The Department of Biology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth has an=20
opening for a plant physiologist.  The Department particularly encourages=
the candidacy of people with research and teaching experience in=20
multicultural, multi-racial settings.  The position announcement is as=20


The Department of Biology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth =E9nvites=
applications for a tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR position in plant=20
physiology beginning September 1, 1996.  The position requires a Ph.D.=20
(by 9/1/96) and prior teaching experience; postdoctoral research=20
experience is desirable.  Responsibilities will include: teach plant=20
physiology, general biology, and advanced specialty topics; actively=20
participate in graduate education (emphasis at M.S. level); establish a=20
strong, externally funded research program in plant physiology; and=20
advise students.  Research focus is open and collaborative efforts will=20
be encouraged.  Model systems may include vascular plants, algae, fungi,=20
or bryophytes.  The successful applicant should have demonstrted=20
competence with molecular approaches.  Send curriculum vitae, copies of=20
undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a statement of teaching/research=20
interests and goals, up to three reprints, and three letters of=20
recommendation that address teaching and research potential to: Dr.=20
Randall E. Hicks, Search Chair, Department of Biology, 10 University=20
Drive, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN  55812.  Applications must be=20
postmarked by December 1, 1995.  Only completed applications can be=20
considered.  The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator=
and employer. =20

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