The Department of Biology is seeking a tenure-track position in Forestry at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor level for the Spring of 2020. The successful applicant will be broadly trained in evolutionary biology. Duties will include teaching on-campus undergraduate and graduate courses, instructing and developing online graduate courses (including one organic evolution course), creating a successful independent research program involving students, and performing service to the department, university, and profession.
Required qualifications: Earned doctorate (by the start date) in biology or relevant area; two recent (within the last three years) publications in peer-reviewed journals; and teaching experience. Applicants must have demonstrated proficiency in teaching and the ability to develop an externally funded research program that involves students.
Preferred qualifications: Post-doctoral experience; experience mentoring undergraduate student research; skill in online course delivery methods; demonstrated expertise in STEM education and/or outreach; evidence of grant writing.