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Friday, March 7, 2008

Work with an Invert - Professorship in Systematics Entomology

Harold E. and Leona M. Rice Professorship in Systematic Entomology

Applications are invited for the Rice Professorship in Systematic Entomology. This is a full-time, 9-month tenured position at the Full Professor level in the Department of Zoology. The holder of the chair is expected to be a midcareer to senior scholar with an international reputation for scholarship and a distinguished record of funding, publication, and teaching in systematic entomology. The Rice Professor will participate in teaching, graduate education, and serve as Director of the Oregon State Arthropod Collection (OSAC), a major research collection with 3 million specimens. The appointment also includes annual discretionary funds of approximately $100,000 to support the research and teaching programs of the Rice Professor, with approximately one-third to be spent in support of the functions of the OSAC. It is expected that the Rice Professor will continue to be a productive scholar and teacher, participate fully in departmental affairs, contribute to the study of systematic entomology at Oregon State University, and take a leadership role in the local systematics community. The Rice Professor should possess broad disciplinary interests and welcome collaborative research with colleagues across the university and beyond. For additional requirements and to apply see Posting #0002193. For full consideration apply by 15 July 2008. Direct inquires to Tara Bevandich at bevandit{at}science{dot} or Rice Search Committee Chair, Stevan J. Arnold at arnolds{at}science{dot}

OSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer has a policy of being responsive to dual-career needs.

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