Multiple Hires in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology - U Tenn Knoxville
9/27/2015 2:10 PM
Multiple Hires in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is pleased to announce the four faculty searches described below as part of an integrated and dynamic growth stage for the department. We seek outstanding scholars to fill the following tenure track positions:
Conservation Biology, Assistant Professor
. We invite applications from candidates working on any aspect of ecology or evolutionary biology relevant to the conservation of biodiversity.
Evolutionary Biology, Assistant Professor
. We invite applications from individuals with research interests at the cutting edge of any area of evolution.
Herbarium Director, Assistant or Associate Professor
. We seek to fill a tenure-track position in any area of ecology and evolutionary biology, where a responsibility of this position will be supervision and further development of the superb UTK herbarium.
Spatial Biology, Assistant Professor
. (Preliminary announcement pending budgetary and central administrative approval). We seek to fill a tenure-track position in spatial biology in EEB. The successful candidate will also be an affiliated faculty member of the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS).
We welcome applicants who can use our extensive biodiversity collections and collaborate with scientists at nearby Oak Ridge National Lab and at NIMBioS. Knoxville is a vibrant, affordable, family-friendly community benefiting from a wealth of nearby natural areas (Great Smoky Mountains National Park, National Forests, State Parks, etc). The University is the State of Tennessee's research intensive, land grant institution. More details of the roles, expected and preferred qualifications, and of the application process, for each position are available through the provided links or on request from AssocHead_EEB@utk.edu. Applications for these positions will be reviewed beginning Oct. 31, 2015, and will continue until filled, with a position start date of 1 August 2016.