FW: FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY POSITION (fwd)
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From: Hugh Jarvis [SMTP:hjarvis@...]
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 1999 6:51 PM
Subject: FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY POSITION (fwd)
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The following announcement was provided by
Penelope Anderson <anderson@... <mailto:anderson@...> >.
GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY (FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY EMPHASIS)
Position Description: The Department of Anthropology is seeking a general
anthropologist with emphasis in forensic anthropology for an academic year
appointment (nine months) at lecturer or assistant professor level. The
appointment will require teaching on our main campus in Ellensburg and
possibly long distance to CWU-Centers.
* evidence of teaching effectiveness and a commitment to teaching
* commitment to a four-field approach to anthropology, and
interdisciplinary involvement with undergraduate and/or graduate studies;
* continuing research/scholarly activity.
* ABD or Ph.D. in Anthropology by September 1999
* ability to involve students in research laboratory and/or field work
related to modern human biology;
* experience in osteological analysis, forensic anthropology, and
crime- scene training;
* interest in osteology of North America and NAGPRA.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach
introductory level general anthropology and biological anthropology courses.
Responsibilities will also include upper division courses for anthropology
and law and justice students.
Salary: Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience; the current
assistant professor range is $34,000 to $38,000.
Starting Date: September 16, l999
To Apply: Send: 1) letter of application describing qualifications and
pertinent experience, a statement of teaching philosophy, research
interests, and commitment to the four-field and interdisciplinary approach
to Anthropology; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) names and telephone numbers
(plus FAX numbers and e-mail addresses, if available) of three references
to: Search Committee Chair, Department of Anthropology, Central Washington
University, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7544; telephone (509) 963-3201; FAX (509)
963-3215; e-mail: Anderson@... <mailto:Anderson@...> . Please limit
initial application materials to these three items; letters of reference may
be solicited directly from referees at a later date. (Official transcripts
will be required from the selected candidate.) Complete application
materials must be received by Monday, July 26th; applications after this
date may be considered until final selection on or about August 16th, 1999.
Central Washington University is located in Ellensburg, a town of about
13,000. It is a two-hour drive from Seattle, a major urban center of the
Pacific Northwest. Situated east of the Cascade Mountains in Kittitas
Valley, Ellensburg offers a fine semi-rural living environment. CWU is a
comprehensive state university which serves approximately 8,500 students in
the Colleges of the Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Education and
Professional Studies, and School of Business and Economics. Primarily an
undergraduate institution, CWU emphasizes teaching (the normal load is 36
quarter contact hours per academic year). Graduate programs include the
interdisciplinary MS. in Resource Management, of which Anthropology is a
part. Anthropology has 9 FTE faculty members and 60 majors in all four
sub-disciplines, and maintains strong interdisciplinary ties with Biology,
Education, ESL, English, Family Studies, Geography, and Sociology. More
information can be found at http://www.cwu.edu <http://www.cwu.edu> (see
links to our Department web page).
Central Washington University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment
Opportunity, Title IX Institution. It has a strong commitment to increasing
the diversity of its faculty, staff and students. The University operates
under an approved Affirmative Action Program and is especially interested in
receiving applications from women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans,
disabled veterans, and persons of disability. Requests for reasonable
accommodation during the application and/or interview process should be made
to the Affirmative Action Office, (509)
963-2205, TDD (509) 963-2207. (This position is contingent on University
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