Assistant Professor in Comparative Biology

Assistant Professor position in Comparative Animal Physiology (posted Oct 23, 2012)

Comparative Animal Physiologist: Full-time, tenure track, assistant
professor position in Biology beginning August 2013. PhD required, teaching
experience and post-doctoral research preferred. The successful candidate
will demonstrate effective teaching of majors and the potential to engage
undergraduate and graduate students in research. Responsibilities will
include teaching Biological Diversity and Comparative Physiology, and
establishing a research program that will complement existing faculty
strengths. Preference will be given to individuals that use ecological,
evolutionary or integrative approaches to understanding physiology. To
ensure full consideration, please send a cover letter, statement of teaching
philosophy, statement of research interest, and curriculum vitae and arrange
to have official academic transcripts, and three letters of reference sent
to: Comparative Physiologist Search Committee Chair, Department of Biology,
University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118. Review of complete
applications will begin November 26, 2012 and will continue until the
position is filled. Inquiries regarding the position and application process
should be directed to More information about the
University of West Georgia can be found at