We seek a tenure-track biological anthropologist with an active research agenda in human biology (preferred) or primatology. The individual’s research program must demonstrate potential for external grant funding and community-engaged scholarship. The individual must be able to teach upper and lower division biological anthropology classes, and our new Professional Development course. The new hire would also need to help design and coordinate a new laboratory component to our Introduction to Biological Anthropology course. Specific research topic, methods, and regional emphasis are open. Teaching responsibilities include 5-6 courses (15-18 credit hours) per year.
Attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, unofficial transcripts, and names and contact information for three current professional references.
For questions about the position, contact Search Committee Chair, Dr. Britney Kyle, at Britney.firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the position will be considered until the position is filled, however, for best consideration, applications must be received by December 15, 2017.
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