Kushlan Chair in Waterbird Biology & Conservation
at the University of Miami
The Kushlan Chair's research is to focus on the biology and conservation of waterbirds (including marine birds), primarily at the organismal level. It is desirable that the incumbent use (or use in collaboration) modern integrative approaches such as physiological, genetic, isotopic, or molecular methods. The research program is expected to be extramurally funded and at the cutting edge of important questions on the biology and conservation of waterbirds.
The chosen individual will hold joint appointments at the University of Miami: 1) In the Biology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences, an integrated biology department in which the Kushlan Chair will be the third of four endowed chairs to be held by an ornithologist, creating an outstanding opportunity for synergy. 2) In the Marine Biology and Fisheries Department at the renowned Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences which offers a rich variety of research venues.
Applications received by December 3, 2012 will receive the fullest attention. Send applications (Letter of interest, research and teaching statements, CV and referee names, as a single pdf file) firstname.lastname@example.org Applications
are particularly encouraged from women and minorities.
Kushlan Endowed Chair at University of Miami
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