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Subject: Re: Fisheries Faculty Position
From: Gary Grossman <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Gary Grossman <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 20 Feb 2001 11:23:47 -0500

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                      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGIST

                     UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

POSITION: Aquatic toxicologist. This is a 12-month, tenure-track appointment
at the assistant professor
level (50 % teaching, 50 % research).

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in fisheries biology, aquatic toxicology or related
field. Significant interest,
knowledge and experience in aquatic biology, with preference for candidates
for whom fish are the
primary research organism. Commitment to excellent teaching and advisement
of undergraduate and
graduate students. Experience in designing and conducting independent
research and securing research
funding is required. Strong oral and written communication skills essential,
including ability to publish in
leading peer-reviewed journals.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach a one-semester course in fish physiology and other
undergraduate and
graduate courses developed in cooperation with other faculty to support the
fisheries program within the
School. Assist other faculty in developing an interdisciplinary research
program on water quality and
environmental impacts of land use and other human activities on aquatic
organisms. Collaborate with
faculty in the fisheries program, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Cooperative
Unit, the Interdisciplinary
Program in Toxicology as well as faculty in hydrology, ecology and forestry.

THE UNIVERSITY: The University of Georgia is a land grant institution
comprised of 15 schools and
colleges including the Graduate School. Enrollment is 32,000 undergraduate,
graduate, and professional
students. The Daniel B. Warnell School of Forest Resources is a professional
school with 64 faculty, 240
upper division undergraduates, and 150 graduate students. The School offers
the Bachelor of Science
degree with majors in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, and forest
environmental resources. Graduate degrees
offered in Master of Forest Resources, Master of Science and Doctor of
Philosophy. The School
maintains a 740-acre research forest near campus and 23,000 acres of forest
land across the state for
teaching, research and service activities.

APPLICATION: Submit a statement of teaching and research interests, a
detailed curriculum vitae,
including publications and research funding history, names, addresses, Email
addresses and phone
numbers of three references. Complete applications received by March 15,
2001 are assured full
consideration. Send applications to:

                    Dr. Richard Winn, chair
                    Aquatic Toxicologist Search Committee
                    458 Animal Science Complex
                    Warnell School of Forest Resources\
                    University of Georgia
                    Athens, GA 30602
                    (706) 542-6227, [log in to unmask]

The University of Georgia is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

Gary D. Grossman
Professor of Fish Ecology
Warnell School of Forest Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602


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