Tenure track position at #UMichEEB in ecology or evolution of fishes or birds

Come join me at Michigan! We are doing a search for someone working on the ecology or evolution of fishes or birds. Here’s the ad:

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (www.lsa.umich.edu/eeb)
and the Program in the Environment (www.lsa.umich.edu/pite) at the
University of Michigan seek applicants for an assistant professor
(tenure-track) position in the ecology or evolutionary biology of fishes or
birds. While we expect to make a junior hire, outstanding senior applicants
will also be considered. This is a university-year appointment with an
expected start date of September 1, 2015. We seek outstanding individuals
who use comparative fish or bird systems to study any area of ecology or
evolutionary biology, and who would offer exceptional courses in the
ecology or evolution of either taxon.  Also strongly encouraged are
research programs that could take advantage of the world-class biodiversity
collections of the Museum of Zoology and/ or utilize the EEB Department’s
biological field stations.  Museum curatorial activities may replace some
teaching duties for appropriate candidates.

To apply, use this link – www.resources-eeb.lsa.umich.edu/search14 – and
arrange to have three letters of recommendation submitted through the same
website.  Review of applications will begin on November 3rd 2014 and will
continue until the position is filled. Women and minorities are strongly
encouraged to apply. The University of Michigan is supportive of the needs
of dual career couples and is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

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