The Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology invites applications for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in forest ecology. Specializations might include forest community, disturbance, ecosystem, or landscape ecology. Faculty positions carry a commitment to teaching, research, outreach, and service. Duties include developing a creative and vibrant research program in forest ecology; teaching at least one course in our accredited Forest Science major and a second course that advances the broader teaching mission; undergraduate advising; and graduate and trainee mentoring. Lastly, the Department seeks candidates who embrace diversity in the broadest sense. Minimum qualifications include a PhD in forest ecology or closely related discipline; and evidence of established scholarship including a strong record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals together with the potential for contributions of national and international significance at the Assistant Professor level, success in securing extramural funding, and excellent teaching skills.
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