FW: [ANTHRO-L] Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology, University at Buf falo [fwd]
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Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology,
University at Buf falo [fwd]
[Fyi, all. See details below. Hugh]
State University of New York at Buffalo invites applications for a full
time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in biological
anthropology, starting Fall 2004.
Responsibilities include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate
level in physical anthropology and the area of specialization. The
standard load is two courses per semester, student advisement, and an
active research program.
Research and teaching interests that complement strengths in medical
anthropology and evolutionary biology and ecology would be an advantage.
Demonstrated interests in evolutionary processes or in bio-behavioral
aspects of health, stress, nutrition, energetics or reproductive ecology
will fit departmental needs.
The successful candidate should have background in general anthropology,
and a strong track record of field or laboratory research, publications.
Ph.D. is required.
Salary and benefits are competitive.
SUNY at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter, and provides
reasonable accommodation to known disabilities of applicants and
employees. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Send 1) a letter of application giving qualifications, interests and
experience, 2) a one page statement of current research activities and
of future research plans, 3) current CV, names of referees and other
materials to Biological Search Committee, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
14261-0026, no later than December 15th, 2003.
This employer offers employment benefits to domestic partners of
employees. This employer prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual
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