Submitted: 13 October 2021
Department: Evolutionary Anthropology
Institution: Duke University
Job type: Temporary
Apply by: 31 January 2022
Application URL: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/20010

Duke University Evolutionary Anthropology Associate Professor Position:

The Department of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University invites applications for two (2) three-year, non-renewable, non-tenure track Assistant Research Professor positions; these are post-doctoral teaching and research positions. Postdocs will contribute to the department’s mission by teaching two courses each semester and maintaining an active research program. Teaching and research will be supported in part through mentoring by senior faculty members. Consideration will be given to applicants in all areas of Evolutionary Anthropology, but the applicant must be qualified to teach our introductory course, as well as intermediate-level courses in either 1) primate/human anatomy, fossil history, genetics/genomics and/or variation or 2) primate behavior, ecology, and conservation. Only candidates who have completed their Ph.D. at least one full month before the start date of July 1, 2022 can be considered.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a research statement (including possible collaborations with Duke Evolutionary Anthropology faculty) and teaching statement (including courses previously taught and planned) and the contact information for three referees to our job posting at Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/20010. Applications received by January 31st, 2022 will be guaranteed consideration.

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