Assistant/associate professor position at Middle Tennessee State University

The Department of Biology at Middle Tennessee State University invites applications for two assistant/associate professor positions: Cell Biologist and Microbiologist. MTSU is the largest unit in the Tennessee Board of Regents system with over 25,400 students. Construction is underway for a 250,000 square foot building that will provide teaching and research space for the Biology and Chemistry departments. MTSU Biology is a large department with a wide range of research activities. Biologists who are interested in engaging students of all levels in their research are especially encouraged to apply. The Biology department offers B.S. and M.S. degrees and also participates in the new Molecular Biosciences doctoral program. Faculty are expected to establish a vigorous research program and acquire external funding for their research. Application materials must be filed online at Application materials should include: cover letter, employment application, curriculum vita, statement of research interests, and statement of teaching philosophy. Review of applications begins October 29, 2012. EO/AA Employer.

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Cell Biologist - Position #103040. All areas of cell biology are invited with special consideration for research programs with potential collaborations within the department. The successful candidate is expected to teach cell biology and direct student research. Dr. Stephen Howard, Committee Chair, Box 60, MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. Additional Information: E-mail: