Environmental Toxicology: Bowling Green State University (Main Campus)

Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University (Main Campus)
Job Category
Faculty Appointments
Salary commensurate with education and experience
Last Date to Apply
The Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Arts & Sciences at Bowling Green State University is seeking an Associate/Full Professor of Environmental Toxicology. The successful candidate will hold the Charles B. Smith – Peggie J. Hollingsworth Smith Endowed Chair in Biological Sciences, to further the values of research, teaching, mentoring, diversity, equity, and inclusion in their professional field. We invite applications both from those focusing on environmentally-relevant animal model systems as well as environmental distributions of toxins and contaminants. We encourage applications from those with experience studying the impacts of emerging contaminants and biotoxins on ecological and evolutionary processes, within aquatic or terrestrial ecosystems, that will foster synergistic research within the focal areas of the Department and the emerging Center for Great Lakes and Watershed Studies (CGLWS).
• Doctoral degree in Biological Sciences or related field (e.g., Environmental Sciences, Neurosciences), with emphasis in environmental toxicology. • Established record as a teacher, researcher and mentor to both undergraduate and graduate students. • Demonstrated scholarly work in environmental toxicology through peer-reviewed publications, books, or book chapters at a level commensurate with that of an associate or full professor in the Department of Biological Sciences (see guidelines at https://www.bgsu.edu/content/dam/BGSU/provost/faculty-affairs/documents/rtp-policies/approved-CBA-2-rtp-biol.pdf) • Demonstrated experience securing external research funding. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Experience as a tenure-track faculty member whose area of research and teaching is in environmental toxicology. • Experience teaching anatomy, comparative or environmental physiology, or environmental toxicology at the undergraduate and/or graduate level. • Demonstrated commitment to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in academia through teaching, mentoring, and faculty governance.
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Daniel Wiegmann (Search Chair)
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