Position - Marine Behavior
Dr. Bob Kinzie
rkinzie at zoology.zoo.hawaii.edu
Wed Nov 10 20:09:19 EST 1999
Here is an ad for a marine behavioral biologist.
If you are interested please reply to the search committee - not to me and PLEASE not to the coral-list!
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, I3, POSITION #83079, Department of Zoology, College of Natural Sciences, and the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB), tenure track in Zoology; pending position clearance and availability of funds. Appointment split 50:50 between HIMB and Zoology. The successful candidate will join an active research program in the behavior and ecology of marine organisms at the HIMB Coconut Island laboratory, the broad-based instructional faculty in Zoology and our graduate research and training program in Evolution, Ecology and Conservation Biology (EECB). Teaching responsibilities will include an undergraduate course in ethology and a graduate course in his/her specialty.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience in an appropriate field, significant research accomplishments beyond the Ph.D., commitment to teaching undergraduate ethology, evidence of extramural research funding success, commitment to study of tropical marine animals and commitment to active participation in the EECB program.
Desirable Qualifications: research combines a field and laboratory approach, research takes advantage of the unique opportunities offered by Hawaii, experience with tropical marine organisms, teaching experience in an appropriate area and successful in obtaining peer-refereed extramural research grants.
Letters of application must be accompanied by a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests and commitments, reprints of up to three peer-reviewed publications and three letters of reference. Applicants may provide the names, addresses, email and telephone contacts of additional references.
Apply to: Behavioral Ecology Search Committee, Department of Zoology, 2538 The Mall, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI 96822. Continuous recruitment until position filled; only applications received by 28 Dec., 1999, are assured of receiving full consideration.
The University of Hawaii is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. See http://www.hawaii.edu/97catalog/a&s/zool.html, http://www.hawaii.edu/HIMB, http://www.hawaii.edu/eecb
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