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Susan Therese Meiers ST-Meiers at wiu.edu
Mon Mar 25 04:28:56 EST 2002


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Position: Tenure track, Assistant Professor in the field of Plant Ecology
or Physiological Plant Ecology
Institution: Montana Tech of the University of Montana
Location: Montana
Date posted: 3/15/2002

The Dept. of Biological Sciences at Mt. Tech of the U. of Montana invites
applications for tenure track, Assistant Professor in the field of Plant
Ecology or Physiological Plant Ecology. Besides Plant Ecology, teaching
responsibilities also include participation in the department's core
offerings as well as Microbiology and develop a new course in their area 
of
expertise. Experience in the molecular and biochemical aspects of plant
ecology is desirable. Supervising undergraduate research and senior 
thesis
projects and advising majors are also major responsibilities. The
successful applicant is expected to develop a vigorous externally funded
research program. Ph.D. minimum, post doctoral research and teaching
experience preferred. Filling this position is contingent on funding.

Montana Tech is located in western Montana in the center of national
forests, near wilderness areas and wildlife management areas that offer
abundant opportunities for ecological research and teaching. Tech is also
located near severely damaged habitats that offer research opportunities 
in
reclamation and restoration ecology. Preference will be given to
applications received by April 5, 2002. Applications will be taken until
the position is filled. Send letter of application, resume, and three
references to: Personnel Office, Montana Tech of The University of 
Montana,
1300 W. Park St., Butte, MT 59701.

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Susan T. Meiers
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Western Illinois University
Macomb, IL  61455
office: (309) 298.2008
FAX: (309) 298.2270




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