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Subject: Position advertisment/fwd
From: Aldo-Pier Solari <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 11 Apr 1997 19:10:44 GMT

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Date: Fri, 11  Apr  1997  13:16:57  +0100 From: <[log in to unmask]>,
      Roger Mann, Prof.  of Marine Science, Roger Mann,  Virginia
      Institute of Marine Science (VIMS).

The advertisement reads:

The  College  of  William  &  Mary  Virginia  Institute of Marine
Science School of Marine Science

Molluscan Shellfish Geneticist

The Department of Fisheries Science, School of Marine Science, is
developing a new state-supported program in aquaculture genetics.
In the  initial  phase  of  program  development  we  are seeking
candidates for two tenure track positions in molluscan  shellfish
genetics.   A Ph.D.  in genetics, fisheries science, or a related
field is required.  One position  will be to provide programmatic
leadership for an aggressive program in aquaculture genetics  and
breeding  technologies.   Candidates  should  have  experience in
marine molluscan shellfish  breeding programs, documented ability
to interact with industry and  other  user  groups,  and  have  a
strong  record  of extramural funding and scholarly productivity.
Level  of  appointment  is   dependent  upon  qualifications  and
experience, but we are seeking an established scientist who  will
bring  leadership  to  the  program.  The second position will be
filled at the assistant  professor level.  Candidates should have
a strong background in cyto-, molecular, or quantitative genetics
and experience in state of the art breeding  technologies.   Both
candidates  will  be expected to develop rigorous grant-supported
research  programs,   teach   graduate-level   courses  in  their
specialty, mentor M.A.  and Ph.D.  graduate students, and provide
advice to state and federal management agencies and to  industry.
Support of aquaculture development will also be expected.  Review
of  applicants  will  begin  1  May  1997  and continue until the
positions are filled.  Letter of application and curriculum vitae
accompanied by the names,  addresses  and  phone numbers of three
references should be sent to:

           Dr. John E. Graves
           Chair, Department of Fisheries Science
           Virginia Institute of Marine Science
           The College of William and Mary
           Gloucester Point, VA 23062

The   College   of    William    and    Mary    is    an    Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative     Action    employer.     Members    of
underrepresented groups (including people  of color, persons with
disabilities, Vietnam  veterans  and  women)  are  encouraged  to

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