Clemson University: College of Science: Biological Sciences Assistant Professor- Organismal Biology
Location: Long 132
We seek an organismal biologist using integrative and/or comparative approaches to examine innovative, fundamental biological questions. Applications are welcome from candidates working in any animal or plant system, with research areas of interest including, but not limited to, organismal physiology, morphology, ecology, and evolution. We especially encourage applicants whose work has promise to span scales or approaches, building bridges from studies of structure or functional mechanisms to understanding of organismal diversity and processes of change.
PhD in biology or related discipline. Substantial postdoctoral experience
Applicants should submit the following items to the distinct Interfolio link listed for the position to which they apply: (1) CV; (2) statement of research interests and future plans; (3) statement of teaching interests and experience; (4) statement describing past experience and/or future plans to promote diversity and inclusion; Applicants should also arrange, through Interfolio, for three confidential letters of recommendation to be submitted. For full consideration, applications should be submitted by October 25, 2017. Review will continue until the positions are filled.
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