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Subject: Re: Position Announcement
From: "Kyle J. Hartman" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 19 Sep 1996 16:48:24 -0400

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I am posting this position for the West Virginia University, Division of
Forestry.  Please direct all replies to the Interim Director (address,
etc. below):

                        FACULTY POSITION
        Visiting Professor/Assistant Professor of Fisheries Biology
                   West Virginia University

Academic Rank and Salary:

The position is Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Fisheries
Biology in the Division of Forestry, College of Agriculture and FOrestry,
West Virginia University.  This nine-month position is renewable annually
for a maximum of 3 years.  The initial salary and academic rank shall be
commensurate with qualifications and experience.


Responsibilities incluse 1) teaching undergraduate courses in fisheries
management, fisheries biology, and limnology, and 2) advising
undergraduate students.  Opportunities are available to participate in
research, graduate education, and public service programs in wildlife and


An earned doctorate with at least one degree in fisheries is preferred.
Demonstrated ability to communicate with students and colleagues is


West Virginia University's main campus is located in Morgantown, a small
city of 45,000 in the Appalachian Mountains on West Virginia's northern
border adjacent to Pennsylvania.  Morgantown was rated fifth in the
eastern region of the U.S. among the best cities in which to live in "The
rating guide to life in America's small cities", 1990 edition.  West
Virginia University is the state's major research, doctoral
degree-granting, land-grant institution.  It serves over 22,000 students
in 175 degree programs offered by one of the 14 academic schools and


Qualified applicants should submit an application letter, a detailed
resume of his/her education, experience and qualifications, college
transcripts, and names and telephone numbers of three professional
references to:

        Dr. James P. Armstrong, Interim Director
        Division of Forestry
        P.O. Box 6125
        Morgantown, WV  26505-6125
        Phone 304-293-2941
        FAX: 304-293-2441

Applications will be accepted until September 30, 1996 or until the
position is filled.  The anticipated starting date is January 1, 1997.
West Virginia University is committed to widening its faculty diversity.
Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.



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