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Passing this along from vrtpaleo.
<< Dear colleagues,
The Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota
announces a 9-month tenure-track position for an assistant professor
and museum curator who has a specimen based research program involving
amphibians, reptiles, or non-insect invertebrates. The research
program should emphasize a conceptual focus such as biodiversity,
biogeography, coevolution, comparative biology, conservation, evo-devo,
paleontology, phylogenetics, population processes, or other related
topical areas. A full description of the job is available at
www.bellmuseum.org/curator.html. Please pass this information on to
any colleagues or students that may be interested in the position.
Applications will be considered beginning 11 November 2005. Questions
regarding the position or the search should be directed to Andrew
Simons, 612-624-6292, firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Minnesota is
an equal opportunity educator and employer.
David L. Fox
Department of Geology and Geophysics
University of Minnesota
310 Pillsbury Dr SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
fax 612-625-3819 >>