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The New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology PhD positions by Ed Hagen — last modified Nov 11, 2013 03:31 PM
OUTSTANDING GRADUATE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES IN EVOLUTIONARY PRIMATOLOGY/PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. The New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology (NYCEP) is seeking applicants for its innovative Ph. D. program in Physical Anthropology and related disciplines. Funded by the NSF-IGERT program, we seek exceptional students in the fields of anthropological genetics, paleoanthropology, comparative morphology, primate behavior/ecology and conservation.
University of California San Diego Assistant Professor Biological Anthropology by Ed Hagen — last modified Aug 05, 2013 06:03 PM
The Department of Anthropology within the Division of Social Sciences at the University of California, San Diego (http://www.anthro.ucsd.edu) is committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body. We seek a Biological Anthropologist with research and teaching interests in human diversity. The successful candidate will contribute to our department's exploration of the multi-faceted origins and dimensions of human variability. We seek an anthropologist with a commitment to cross-disciplinary inquiry, including, when pertinent, co-teaching with departmental colleagues. Sample areas of interest to the department include (but are not limited to) anthropological dimensions of epigenetics, genomics, and the physiological bases of human variation.
Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 03, 2014 10:01 PM
The Department of Anthropology at the University of Missouri invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow in evolutionary anthropology.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Human Heath and Evolutionary Medicine by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 06, 2014 08:10 PM
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow in Human Health and Evolutionary Medicine within the Division of Collections and Research. The Museum is embarking on its Centennial Transformation Project, which will result in new exhibit galleries and research space. As part of this project, a new gallery on human health is being created. The museum seeks a postdoctoral fellow to help develop content and programs in the new human health gallery. Other duties will include managing content and coordinating with the exhibit design firm and a team of scientific advisors. The successful candidate will have a strong interest in public outreach and education and research experience in one of the following areas: 1) evolutionary medicine, 2) environmental health, 3) human biology, 4) human genetics. The principal responsibility of the postdoctoral fellow will be exhibit-related activities, but research time can be negotiated depending on the fellow’s research program. The position is for one year, starting July 1, 2014, but may be renewable for a second year.
Monash Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Anatomy (Education-Focused) by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 18, 2014 01:51 PM
The Lecturer/Senior Lecturer will be expected to make significant contributions to the Centre for Human Anatomy Education and the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology. This is an education-focused role (e-Focused) and the appointee will be expected to make significant contributions to teaching and learning and the development of novel teaching methods and resources.
Western Michigan University Human Remains Coordinator and Prosector by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 19, 2014 05:21 PM
The Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Department of Pathology invites applications for full-time position in support of the gross anatomy educational program. Qualified applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in anatomy or a related biological science with a working knowledge of human anatomy. Strong preference will be given to applicants with previous experience in the prosection of anatomical specimens. The successful candidate will be expected to independently prosect embalmed human remains to produce high quality anatomical specimens for instructional use. Candidates will need to work as part of a team in assisting with classroom set-up, maintenance and management of human remains, and routine facility maintenance.
LJMU Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Vertebrate Biology by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 20, 2014 11:48 AM
£37,756 - £46,400. The School of Natural Sciences and Psychology seeks to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Vertebrate Biology to contribute to our successful undergraduate programmes in Biology, Zoology, Wildlife Conservation, and Animal Behaviour. We would welcome applications from persons whose research has an applied focus in aspects such as reproductive biology, health and disease, and population ecology.
LJMU Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Forensic Archaeology by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 20, 2014 12:45 PM
£37,756 - £46,400. The School of Natural Sciences and Psychology seeks to appoint a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer with demonstrated research potential to contribute to our successful undergraduate programme in Forensic Anthropology. The Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology has research themes in forensic anthropology and in the contexts of human evolution. We would welcome application from candidates with forensic casework or consultancy experience and expertise in environmental or science-based archaeology.
PhD or Master's thesis research project on hominid dental ecology by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 28, 2014 12:00 PM
The research project we are offering is directly related to the Pan African Programme, for which environmental data and organic sample materials (including skeletal remains) are currently collected in the field to study the biological and cultural variation of chimpanzee populations living in different habitats and regions across Africa. The aim of this programme is to understand the evolutionary-ecological factors (habitat, biodiversity, vegetation, climate, genetics) ultimately driving hominoid diversification. Within this framework, the main objective of the project on ‘hominid dental ecology’ is to investigate the dietary ecology, morphology and behavior of extant chimpanzees as a model for the palaeoecology of early hominins.
University of North Carolina Wilmington 9-month Lecturer position in Biological Anthropology by Ed Hagen — last modified Mar 31, 2014 12:19 PM
The Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington invites applications for a 9-month Lecturer position in Biological Anthropology for the 2014-15 Academic Year. Geographic areas of interest are open, but excellence in teaching in both small and large classrooms is required.
POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHER IN PALEOLITHIC TECHNOLOGY, EMORY UNIVERSITY by Ed Hagen — last modified Apr 01, 2014 07:23 PM
The Paleolithic Technology Laboratory of the Emory University Department of Anthropology is seeking a post-doctoral researcher to conduct research on a new interdisciplinary project investigating the neural and behavioral substrates of stone tool-making skill acquisition. Primary responsibilities will include recruiting and training research subjects to make stone tools, documenting the training process, analyzing lithic products, and contributing to the publication and presentation of results. Candidates must have a PhD in Archaeology, Anthropology, or related discipline and the ability to effectively teach Lower Paleolithic (e.g. “late Acheulean,” proportional bifaces) tool-making methods.
Santa Clara University full-time academic year adjunct lecturer by Ed Hagen — last modified Apr 07, 2014 05:48 PM
For posting on the AAPA website. The Department of Anthropology at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, seeks a full-time academic year adjunct lecturer (fixed-term, non-tenure track), for a one-year term beginning in Fall 2014. The selected candidate will be required to teach the equivalent of seven quarter-long courses over the three quarters (fall, winter, spring) during the academic year. The normal course load will be two to three courses per quarter. Courses will include Introduction to Biological Anthropology, Introduction to Archaeology, and Vanished Peoples and Lost Civilizations.
Assistant State Physical Anthropologist 2 non permanent positions by Ed Hagen — last modified Apr 14, 2014 01:52 PM
Two non-permanent positions. The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is Washington State’s primary agency with knowledge and expertise in historic preservation. We advocate for the preservation of Washington’s irreplaceable historic and cultural resources – significant buildings, structures, sites, objects and districts – as assets for the future. Through education and information, we provide leadership for the protection of our shared heritage.
University of Colorado Colorado Springs tenure-track Assistant Professor by Ed Hagen — last modified Apr 24, 2014 05:37 PM
The Department of Anthropology at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with an emphasis on biological anthropology. Appointment will begin Fall 2015.
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