Faculty Position in Physiology

Danny Gleason dgleason at gsvms2.cc.gasou.edu
Wed Nov 13 12:14:41 EST 2002

Please note that our search for a physiologist has been extended to Dec.

The Department of Biology, Georgia Southern University, invites
applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position as outlined
below. Requirements for tenure-track positions: proficiency in English,
ability to work with diverse populations. Ph.D. required at the time of
application, postdoctoral experience preferred. We seek applicants who
collaborate with our faculty, secure external funding and contribute to
the  department's broad research emphasis on coastal biology. In
to specific courses listed below, positions require participation in
introductory courses and upper level courses in applicant's area of
expertise. Starting date is 1 August 2003. Salary commensurate with

Molecular Physiologist: Comparative physiologist using modern molecular
methods to investigate the function and regulation of major organ
in animals. Preference given to individuals working with
organisms, but will consider individuals concentrating on other groups
well. Teaching duties will include a freshman/sophomore Cellular Biology
class for biology majors equivalent to a one semester general biology
course. Search Chair: Dr. Jonathan Copeland.

The Department of Biology has a commitment to teaching and research
excellence and provides an integrative biology program leading to B.A.,
B.S., and M.S. degrees. The Department has 29 faculty members, 600
undergraduate majors, and 40 M.S. degree
students  (http://www.bio.gasou.edu/). Department affiliations include
Institute for Arthropodology and Parasitology, Smithsonian Institution's
National Tick Collection, Savannah Science Museum Herpetological
Collection, Georgia Southern Botanical Garden and Herbarium, and Applied
Coastal Research Laboratory on Skidaway Island. Georgia Southern
University, is the largest
center of higher education in the southern half of
Georgia  (http://chronicle.com/jobs/profiles/911.htm).

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and
research interests, and contact information for three references to the
Search Chair (shown above), Department of Biology, Georgia Southern
University, P.O. Box 8042, Statesboro, GA 30460-8042, USA. Application
postmark deadline is 1 November 2002 (has been extended to 2 December
2002). Georgia is an open records state. Individuals who need reasonable
accommodations under the ADA in order to participate in the search
should notify the search chair. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

Daniel Gleason
Department of Biology
Georgia Southern University
P.O. Box 8042
Statesboro, GA  30460-8042

Phone: 912-681-5957
FAX: 912-681-0845
E-mail: dgleason at gasou.edu
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