Position Announcement The Department of Anthropology at the University of Oregon seeks a tenure-track assistant professor in biological anthropology to begin on September 16, 2018. We seek an outstanding, broadly-trained evolutionary biological anthropologist who will complement, not duplicate, the existing strengths within the department. Examples of possible specialties include, but are not limited to, human evolutionary biology, evolutionary medicine, evolutionary anatomy, paleobiology, and paleogenomics. The successful candidate is expected to conduct a rigorous, fieldwork and/or laboratory based, externally-funded research program as well as teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. A Ph.D. is required by September 15, 2018. Postdoctoral experience and an established publication record are preferred.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, a research statement, a teaching statement, a CV, and the names and contact information of three references. Submission is via Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9455. Questions regarding the position can be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Nelson Ting (email@example.com) with “Bioanth Search” in the subject line. For full consideration, materials should be submitted by September 15, 2017. The position will remain open until filled.
The successful candidate will have the ability to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from a variety of diverse backgrounds.
Department or Program Summary The Department of Anthropology at the University of Oregon is comprised of an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students who have strong connections to other units on campus, including the Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Environmental Studies Program, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, Center for Global Health, African Studies Program, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, and the Center for the Study of Women and Society. Our department was ranked among the best doctoral programs in anthropology by the National Research Council and is one of the top graduate programs at the UO. Located 110 miles south of Portland, the University of Oregon has an enrollment of over 20,000 students. The Eugene metro area (pop. 370,000) is in a region noted for its dynamic quality of life and progressive cultural environment, and we are about an hour drive from the Pacific coast and the Cascade mountains. The University is an AAU research institution, an R1 Doctoral University, and a member of the Pac-12 conference.
Minimum Requirements A Ph.D. is required by September 15, 2018
Preferred Qualifications Postdoctoral experience and an established publication record are preferred.
About the University Diversity, equity, and inclusion are integral components to the academic mission at the University of Oregon. Core components of Anthropology at the University include education and research on human race, human diversity, and social inequality as well as outreach and partnership with underrepresented groups. This position aims to strengthen the important role that anthropology serves on campus in promoting diversity through teaching, research, and service. Candidates committed to enhancing diversity are thus strongly desired.
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