Darwin-L Message Log 5:114 (January 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<5:114>From FULTRD@ooi.clark.edu  Thu Jan 20 13:34:04 1994

To: Scott C DeLancey <delancey@darkwing.uoregon.edu>,
From: FULTRD@ooi.clark.edu
Organization: Clark College, Vancouver WA, USA
Date: 20 Jan 94 11:33:57 PST8PDT
Subject: Re: Systematics and linguistics

I've been lurking for the last four months; ironically, the first
message I am sending to the list has nothing to do directly with any
of the issues being debated (although one might find a peripheral
relationship, or perhaps even a reticulated relationship).

Clark College will soon be announcing a full time tenure track
opening in biology.  Minimum requirements are an MS in biology, with
a PhD and some teaching experience preferred.  Duties will be to
teach general and environmental biology.

Clark is a community college located in Vancouver WA, where the
temperature has hovered in the high 40s since Christmas.  Most of the
students taking general biology are preparing to transfer; most of
our transfer students go to Washington State, U of Washington,
Portland State, and the U of Portland.  Teaching load is typical of a
community college (18 contact hours/week); tenure decision is based
strictly on teaching and community service, although research is
looked kindly on.  Research is encouraged financially and in all
other ways except released time.  Clark's science faculty have been
highly successful in competing for fellowships and grants.  The
College will consider its diversity needs when filling this position.
If you or any of your colleagues are interested (starting salary
depending on experience, but in the neighborhood of $28,000-$30,000)
call JOBLINE (206) 696-1821.  Position will officially open around
the end of January and close March 11.

Richard Fulton
Dean of Faculty
Clark College

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