CLA5ilfl£05 EMPLOYMENT Oceanography Assistant Professor Full-time, tenure-track starting August 2007. Responsible for junior/senior-level undergraduate physical ocean- ography and remote sensing for majors and share teaching of lower and/or upper division undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors. Develop a research program involving undergraduates. Required: Ph.D. in Oceanography or Ocean/Marine Science completed by the time of appointment. Ability and desire to teach junior/senior-level courses in physical oceanography, remote sensing and introductory courses in oceanography for both majors and non-majors. Ability and desire to mentor undergraduates and involve them in research. The successful candidate must also possess effective oral and written communication skills, and complete a successful interview that includes a presentation of their research as well as a teaching demonstration. Preferred: Ability to teach additional courses in the major that complement existing faculty expertise. Expertise in ocean environmental modeling, remote sensing, data assimilation and acquisition; knowledge of the use and main- tenance of standard physical oceanographic field instruments; familiarity with LINUX visualization and analysis software common to the discipline. Full consideration given to applications received by January 26, 2007. Send cover letter, statement of teaching and research philosophy, curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and three current letters of recommendation to: Oceanogra-
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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