Paleonet: Paleobiology Visiting College Lecturer, University of Akron

Lisa Park lepark at uakron.edu
Thu Aug 5 02:24:51 GMT 2010


*Paleobiology** Visiting College** Lecturer, Geology and Environmental
Science*



The University of Akron Department of Geology and Environmental Science
seeks applications for a full-time, one-year, renewable visiting college
lecturer.  Though the position is open to all qualified applicants, the
ideal candidate will have a PhD (or ABD) in paleontology.  Teaching
responsibilities are undergraduate and graduate geosciences-related classes,
including paleobiology and macroevolution.  Desired applicants will
demonstrate the potential to supervise undergraduate and graduate students,
participate in department, university and college service, and be available
to begin on *August 23rd  2010.* Applications must be submitted at:
http://www.uakron.edu/about_ua/employment/job_openings.  The candidate must
prepare a single document to attach to the application that includes a cover
letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy and contact information for 3
persons willing to serve as professional references.  An official transcript
must be sent to Dr. David Steer, Chair of Search Committee, Department of
Geology and Environmental Science, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
44325-4101 USA (steer at uakron.edu).  Please refer questions to the Dr. Steer
(330-972-2099). The position remains open until filled, with review of
applications beginning immediately. Employment requires a criminal
background check. The University of Akron is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


-- 
Dr. Lisa Park, Professor
Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences
Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope Laboratory
University of Akron
Akron, OH  44325-4101
(ph) 330-972-7633
(fax) 330-972-7611
alternate email: lepark at uakron.edu

http://www3.uakron.edu/geology/Park/Park.htm/

Dr. Lisa Park, Secretary
The Paleontological Society
alternate email: lepark at uakron.edu

http://www.paleosoc.org/
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