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Clarkson University seeks an excellent teacher and productive researcher to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning with the 2016–17 academic year. The successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. and have postdoctoral experience in evolutionary biology, bioinformatics, or a related field with a focus in one or more of the following: evolutionary ecology, evolutionary genetics, phylogenetics, epidemiology, zoology, or other relevant area. Teaching duties will include evolution, bioinformatics, and other undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of the successful applicant’s expertise. The successful candidate will develop a strong, externally funded research program that complements our strengths in environmental biology, biotechnology, and health sciences. The Clarkson University Biology Program values excellent undergraduate teaching and innovative research involving undergraduates and graduate students in our Interdisciplinary Bioscience and Biotechnology doctoral program. We value research collaboration among researchers; the successful candidate will be expected to develop research and teaching collaborations with Clarkson colleagues, including researchers affiliated with the Trudeau Institute and Institute for a Sustainable Environment. Applications should be received by 1 October 2015 for full consideration. For additional information about this position and to apply on-line, see http://www.clarkson.edu/hr. An equal opportunity /affirmative action employer, Clarkson actively seeks and encourages applications from minorities, women and people with disabilities.
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