Post-doc in evolution, Rice university

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Open Huxley Faculty Fellow Position IN EVOLUTION:

 

The Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Department of Rice University

(http://eeb.rice.edu/) seeks to fill a Huxley Faculty Fellow position.

This non-tenure track faculty position is a two-year appointment and a

third year extension possible, with a possible start date as early as

August 2010. Our prestigious Huxley Fellow Program at Rice University,

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology was established in honor of Julian

Huxley, son of Thomas Huxley, and aims to recruit outstanding

researchers with a PhD and, possibly, some postdoctoral experience,

who merge excellence in teaching (25%) and research (75%). We invite

applications from broadly trained evolutionary biologists with

interests in areas including organismic evolution, molecular

evolution, and evolutionary bioinformatics.

 

The Huxley Fellows receive faculty status, employee benefits,

competitive salary, and research funds for independent or

collaborative research. Collaborative interests with the existing

faculty are a plus. Previous Huxley fellows who held this position

moved on to tenure track faculty positions at prestigious national and

international universities. Application review will begin immediately,

2010. Rice is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

Please electronically submit applications including curriculum vitae,

statement of research interests, and three letters of reference to:

rdh@rice.edu - Subject Huxley Search, or by regular mail to the attn. of

Diane Hatton, Huxley Fellow Search, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary

Biology, MS-170, Rice University, 6100 S. Main St., Houston, TX 77005,

U.S.A. Review of applications will begin in May 1st, 2010 and continues

until the position is filled.

 

Please contact Michael H. Kohn (www.ruf.rice.edu/~hmkohn/MKohn.html),

Chair, Huxley Fellow Search Committee, at hmkohn@rice.edu or 713 348

3779) for any questions.

 

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