The School of Life Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level beginning Fall, 2010. A Ph.D. is required in an area directly related to our Biology and Society Program, including for example, in areas of Bioscience Ethics, History of Biology or Biomedical Sciences, or Philosophy of Biology or Biomedical Sciences. Candidates must have a primary research interest and record of accomplishments in a relevant area, and a teaching competency in introductory bioscience ethics and at least one related teaching area of competence within Biology and Society at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The successful candidate will be expected to establish (or for more senior applicants to have established) an active research program, including seeking funding as appropriate, and to participate in graduate and undergraduate teaching in the Biology and Society Program (which includes tracks in Bioethics, Policy, and Law; and History and Philosophy of Science). The ideal candidate will work within a School of Life Sciences and must have demonstrated an interest in engaging both life scientists and humanists/social scientists in their research and teaching.
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