[unav_all] New faculty position at UCSB in Continental Dynamics

Doug Burbank burbank at crustal.ucsb.edu
Tue May 29 15:05:47 MDT 2007


Faculty Position in Continental Dynamics
Department of Earth Science
University of California, Santa Barbara


UCSB solicits applications for a tenure-track faculty position as 
described below:

CONTINENTAL DYNAMICS
	The Department of Earth Science at the University of 
California at Santa Barbara seeks a broadly educated geoscientist who 
conducts creative research on the structural/petrological evolution 
of the continents. A field orientation combined with expertise in 
analytical tools, such as geochronology or isotope geochemistry, or 
computational skills, such as numerical modeling or GIS analysis, is 
required. The appointee is expected to develop a vigorous, externally 
funded research program and teach undergraduate and graduate courses. 
This tenure-track appointment will be as an Assistant Professor to 
begin July 1, 2008.
	A Ph.D. is required at the time of appointment. Review of 
applications will begin October 15, 2007. Applicants should submit a 
PDF file containing a letter of application, curriculum vita, a 
description of teaching and research objectives and accomplishments, 
and a list of names and contact information of the referees. The 
application file and letters of reference should be submitted via 
email to continental_dynamics at geol.ucsb.edu. Queries about this 
application can be directed to Bradley Hacker (hacker at geol.ucsb.edu).

The Department of Earth Science is dedicated to the diversity and 
excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and 
service. For more information about the department visit our webpage 
(www.geol.ucsb.edu). UCSB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action 
employer.

-- 
Doug Burbank
Director, Institute for Crustal Studies
Professor, Dept. of Earth Science
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Phone: 805 893 7858
Fax: 805 893 8649
http://www.geol.ucsb.edu/faculty/burbank
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