[ES_JOBS_NET] Forest Ecophysiologist/Ecosystem Modeler: West Virginia University

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Wed Oct 16 17:21:03 MDT 2013

*Forest Ecophysiologist/Ecosystem Modeler: West Virginia University*invites
applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level
in the Department of Biology beginning August 2014.

We are seeking applications from individuals whose research uses modeling
approaches to examine forest ecosystem processes and patterns. The research
may include topics such as primary productivity, water transport,
biogeochemical cycling, climate change, or changes in other environmental
factors, and may use a combination of empirical and modeling techniques to
answer ecosystem questions at multiple spatial and/or temporal scales.
Requirements include a PhD, a strong record of scholarly publications, the
potential to secure external funding, and evidence of effective teaching.
Preference will be given to candidates with one or more years of
postdoctoral research experience.  Qualified applicants should submit a
single PDF file including: 1) statement of research interests; 2) statement
of teaching philosophy; 3) summary of prior teaching experience; 4)
curriculum vitae; 5) copies of representative publications; and 6) list of
3 potential references toWVUBiology at mail.wvu.edu.

Review of applications will commence on November 15. For more information
about the position contact William T. Peterjohn, bpj at wvu.edu. West Virginia
University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and the
recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.  The University is
strongly committed to diversity and welcomes applications from all
qualified individuals.

Brenden McNeil
West Virginia University
brenden.mcneil at mail.wvu.edu
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