Paleonet: Assistant Professor (Zoology/Paleontology), Department of Biology, m University of Wisconsin, River Falls
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*The Position: *
Zoologist/paleontologist. Specific expertise could be in anatomy,
ecology, systematics, evolution, wildlife, or other related field.
Vertebrate (non--human) specialty in zoology is preferred, but others
are encouraged to apply. Ability to teach an undergraduate paleontology
course is required.
This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the Department
of Biology, but the position also supports the Geology program in the
Department of Plant and Earth Science. The standard teaching load is 12
credit (contact) hours per semester, which usually translates into two
courses per semester, with labs, but may vary. Starting date: August
*Specific Duties and Responsibilities:*
* Teach undergraduate courses, likely to include: 1. Zoology and/or
Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy; 2. Paleontology; 3. Additional
course(s) of interest, depending on expertise, for example,
Introductory Biology and/or Geology;Ecology;Wildlife Biology;History
of Animal Life; taxon-specific courses (e.g., Herpetology,
Mammalogy, Ichthyology), Global Change (Historical Geology),
* Establish and maintain a program of
* Serve as Academic Advisor to undergraduate students.
* Engage in department, college, and university service/committees, as
well as community service, where appropriate.
Application deadline for full consideration: December 31, 2019.
For a full description and application instructions see
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