[unav_all] faculty position in earthquake geology and active tectonics at Oregon State University

Anne Trehu trehu at coas.oregonstate.edu
Wed Nov 16 12:58:40 MST 2011

We would like to bring the following faculty search to the attention  
of the geodetic community:

R.S. Yeats Professor of Earthquake Geology and Active Tectonics

Fulltime, 9 month, Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of  
Geosciences, College of Earth,Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at  
Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. We seek an outstanding  
scholar who will develop a strong teaching, research and service  
program.  The ideal candidate will integrate earthquake geology and  
active tectonic research with other disciplines, e.g. seismology, GPS- 
satellite geodesy, structural geology, tectonics and sedimentation,  
Quaternary age-dating techniques, regional tectonics, and remote  
sensing.  The successful candidate is expected to teach graduate  
courses in his/her field of expertise and contribute to the  
undergraduate structural geology and field geology curriculum.  The RS  
Yeats Endowment provides a substantial stipend for use in support of  
the endowed Professor's research, teaching, and service.  Requires:  
Ph.D. in geology, geophysics, or a closely related field.  Must  
demonstrate ability or significant potential for teaching excellence,  
be committed to educational equity in a multicultural setting, have a  
strong scholarly potential that includes an active research agenda,  
peer-reviewed publications, and ability to obtain external research  
funds,  For complete position description and to apply, see http://oregonstate.edu/jobs 
  (posting 0008277).  For additional information please contact: Dr.  
John Dilles, Search Chair, (541) 737-1245,  
dillesj at geo.oregonstate.edu  For full consideration, applications must  
be received by January 16, 2012.  OSU is an AA/EOE.

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