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Vertebrate Biology and Forest Ecology Visiting Faculty


Employer:

The Evergreen State College

Location:

Olympia, WA

Country:

United States

Last Date to Apply:

None provided

Description:

The Evergreen State College, located in Olympia Washington, is seeking to fill two environmental studies visiting faculty positions. The campus is located on 1000 acres of forested land at the southern end of the Olympic Peninsula (70 miles south of Seattle), with easy access to a variety of field locations and ecosystems.

 

We are searching for a broadly trained forest ecologist with expertise in ecological forestry in temperate forests. This full-time, one-year position involves planning and team teaching in 16 credit, interdisciplinary, lower division programs. Numerous opportunities exist locally for collaboration with state and federal forest managers. To read the full position description and apply, please visit http://evergreen.peo...m/postings/1668.

 

We also seek a two-year visiting biologist with field-oriented research experience in vertebrate biology to teach in a wide range of interdisciplinary courses at the undergraduate level. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, and broad knowledge of animal behavior, evolutionary biology, and ecology of terrestrial or freshwater ecosystems. To read the full position description and apply, please visit http://evergreen.peo...m/postings/1618.

 

Review of complete applications begins December 1, 2017 for the Vertebrate Biology position and December 3, 2017 for the forest ecology position. The postings may close to new application materials any time after these dates.



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