- Miami U. of Ohio has a good zoology program, and last time I checked they
had lots of funding for assistantships for 3.3 GPA and above.
- Hello Freinds
i am new to group thats why i thought of introduning myself here.
I am Gurmeet, i doctorate student from School of Environmental Sciences, JNU
New delhi India.
I have been associated wuth the biogeochemical study of indian mangroves
Currently in Belgium in an exchange pro gramme
Defintely this group is an ideal place for interaction as well as job
hunting . It will give us a platform to share the opening
Looking forward for your emails
Scholarships : UTS Postdoctoral Fellowships, University of Technolog
UTS is offering up to four Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in
2008. The Fellowships aim to generate research outcomes that will benefit
society, strengthen the research profile of UTS and its areas of research
strength and excellence, and equip Fellows for research careers. The
Fellowships are extremely prestigious and highly competitive. Applicants
must have an outstanding track record relative to opportunity in order to be
Applicants will have been awarded a research doctoral degree (equivalent to
an Australian PhD degree), within 5 years of the closing date. Fellowships
are available for a three-year period. A four-year research and teaching
option is also available under certain conditions. Project funding of up to
$30,000 is also available.
These Fellowships are tenable across all Faculties and Institutes of the
University of Technology, Sydney. Intending applicants must, in the first
instance, contact the Faculty or Institute with which they wish to work.
Applications must be submitted in accordance with the Scheme Guidelines &
Instructions for Applicants by 16 August 2007. Applicants need to visit the
Careers at UTS website at www.hru.uts.edu.au/jobs/ in order to complete the
application process (excluding the supervisor's statement). Applications
received through other channels will not be accepted, with the exception of
applications where there are equity reasons. Scheme Guidelines &
Instructions for Applicants, Key Selection Criteria, Supervisor's Statement
forms and Faculty & Institute contact details may be obtained from this
Information on the UTS research profile may be found at
Job : Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney, Sydney, Austra
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Marine Animal Biology
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Science
Reference No. 107947
The School of Biological Sciences is a leading centre for biological
research in an organismal, ecological and evolutionary context. It now
invites applications for a full time continuing position as Lecturer/Senior
Lecturer in Marine Animal Biology from outstanding candidates working on any
marine animal system.
The successful applicant will have a PhD and be expected to develop and
maintain an active research programme within the School in the biology of
marine animals and to participate in collaborative research within the
School, across units in the Faculties of Science and outside the University.
The appointee will be expected to supervise honours and PhD students in the
School. Excellent teaching skills are a requirement of the position, as are
an interest in course development and potential for future development.
Duties will include teaching across all undergraduate levels.
This is a solid career opportunity to work with internationally reputed
teaching and research group. The appointee will be expected to have an
excellent record of research, or exceptional potential, with the ability to
communicate effectively with fellow researchers and students. He/she will be
expected to make a significant contribution to the School's research
profile; preference may be given to candidates whose research interests and
proposed research complement existing areas of research in the School or
those in other research centres within the Faculties of Science.
For more information or to apply online, please visit
http://positions.usyd.edu.au and search by reference number 107947. Specific
enquiries about the role can be directed to the Head of the School of
Biological Sciences, Professor M.B. Thompson on (+61 2) 9351 2848 or email:
headofbio@... <headofbio%40usyd.edu.au> Alternatively, general
enquiries can be directed to Fabrice Noël on (+61 2) 9036 7295.
Closing: 6 weeks from advertising in the Aust
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