Albright College seeks a developmental biologist to fill a full-time, tenure-track position in the Biology department. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in biology or related field. The successful candidate will be a broadly trained developmental biologist with a focus in evolutionary developmental biology, or a closely related field, and the experience to support and maintain a microscopy facility, including both an SEM and TEM . Candidates must be able to: (1) teach on a rotating three-year cycle developmental biology (or embryology), scientific imaging (or advanced microscopy), histology and a course within the candidates particular specialty; (2) participate in introductory biology courses for biology majors as well as an occasional course for non-science majors; (3) occasionally teach courses that contribute to the general education curriculum and/or interdisciplinary program in psychobiology; and (4) develop an active research program emphasizing undergraduate student involvement within our new science center. A strong commitment to undergraduate education and research, an interdisciplinary liberal arts perspective, and service to the department and college is expected. Review of completed applications will begin on August 31 and continue until the position is filled. Please send CV, undergraduate and graduate unofficial transcripts, statement of teaching philosophy (plus copies of most recent teaching evaluations if available), research plan and letters from three personal references to firstname.lastname@example.org . We are an AA/ EOE / ADA employer and are committed to diversity within our community. In pursuit of this commitment, we actively encourage and anticipate diversity among applicants for this position. Albright College is a liberal arts institution consisting of approximately 1650 students, and is located within an hour of Philadelphia and three hours of New York, Baltimore and Washington, DC. Additional information about Albright College is available at www.albright.edu .
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