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Assistant Professorship
Molecular Evolution

Princeton University's Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and of Molecular Biology jointly plan to hire one individual at the level of tenure-track Assistant Professor, with a focus on molecular evolution.  We seek an individual who would have strong connections in both departments. Sample areas might include, but are not limited to, microbial evolution, experimental evolution, epigenetics, metagenomics, and/or the evolution of development, using traditional and/or emerging model systems. We seek applicants who pursue experimental research that aims for significant conceptual and empirical integration across traditional disciplinary boundaries and who have a strong commitment to teaching.
 
Applicants should write a vision statement, no longer than 2 pages, that outlines one or more major unsolved problems in their field and how they plan to address them. The vision statement must be more than a précis of the applicant's prior and current research. Applications, including the vision statement, curriculum vitae, three reprints and contact information for three references, can be submitted online via http://jobs.princeton.edu, to Req #1200524. Screening of applications will begin 1 October 2012.

 Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO and affirmative action regulations.



Assistant Professorship

Animal Behavior

Princeton University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology plans to hire a tenure track assistant professor focusing on quantitative animal behavior.  The Department has broad interests in behavioral ecology, behavioral dynamics, behavioral endocrinology and behavioral links to other features of organismal biology. We seek applicants who pursue research that aims for significant conceptual and/or empirical integration of animal behavior in broader contexts of ecology, evolution, and a changing world and who have a strong commitment to teaching. It is possible that an appointment may be joint with Princeton’s Environmental Institute, especially if the applicant’s research focuses on problems of global or environmental change.
 
Applicants should write a vision statement, no longer than 2 pages, that outlines the conceptual dimensions of one or more major unsolved problems in their field and how their approach will contribute to solving them. The vision statement should be more than a summary of the applicant’s prior and current research. Applications, including the vision statement, curriculum vitae, three reprints and three letters of recommendation, can be submitted online via http://jobs.princeton.edu, requisition #1200573.  Screening of applications begins 15 October 2012.
 
Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO and affirmative action regulations.