Job Posting / Teaching PostDoc

Phillip Dustan dustanp at
Mon Apr 16 10:05:49 EDT 2001


>TEACHING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW.  The Department of Biology, College of
Charleston, has a vacancy for a teaching postdoc for the 2001-2002
academic year.  The position is potentially renewable for an additional
year.  The primary teaching responsibility will be in introductory biology
lecture sections.  Preference will be given to candidates with research
interests in genetics, cell and molecular biology.  The position provides
an excellent opportunity to gain teaching experience; all recent teaching
postdocs have moved on to tenure-track academic positions.  The successful
candidate will be eligible to apply for departmental and college-wide
travel, research, and professional development funds.

>The College of Charleston is a state-supported liberal arts institution
with approximately 8,500 undergraduates.  It is located in the heart of
historic Charleston, South Carolina.  The Department of Biology has 31
roster faculty members and over 800 undergraduate majors in its biology
and marine biology programs.  Further details about the department can be
found at:  Applicants should send a
curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests, and three letters of
recommendations to:  Chair, Department of Biology, College of Charleston,
Charleston, SC 29424.  Position is open until a suitable applicant is
found.  The College of Charleston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer that encourages applications from women and minorities.


Phillip Dustan 
Department of Biology	 
College of Charleston		          
Charleston SC 29424
dustanp at
(843) 953-8086
(843)953-5453 Fax

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