The Department of Biology, University of Southwestern Louisiana invites
applications for a tenure-track position in FISH BIOLOGY in support of the
doctoral program in Environmental and Evolutionary Biology. This position is
for a research faculty member with postdoctoral experience, and offers a
competitive salary. Faculty members are expected to develop active research
programs, seek extramural funding and participate in undergraduate and
graduate education. The Department of Biology consists of 30 professorial
faculty, with research interests ranging from molecular to ecosystem
studies, and more than 65 graduate students. USL has an exceptionally
well-equipped Microscopy Center and Center for Advanced Computer Studies.
Other resources include the Primate Research Center, Laboratory for
Crustacean Research, Center for Molecular Evolution, Louisiana Universities
Marine Consortium (LUMCON) Marine Laboratory and research vessels, the
National Wetlands Research Center (USGS) and the National Marine Fisheries
Service's Estuarine Habitats and Coastal Fisheries Research Center.
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, selected reprints, a concise
statement of research goals, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of
three referees. Review of applications will begin 15 January 1997 and
continue until the position is filled. Direct application to: Faculty
Development Search Coordinator, Department of Biology, University of
Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette LA 70504-2451. AA/EOE.
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University of Southwestern Louisiana
Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
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