Assistant Professor of Forest Wildlife Ecology and Management
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture
Stephen F. Austin State University
The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture at Stephen F. Austin State University seeks candidates for a tenure-track assistant professor of forest wildlife ecology and management. This is a nine-month appointment with excellent opportunity for summer employment. The successful candidate will teach courses in the forest wildlife management major, possibly including vertebrate natural history, wildlife techniques and electives in their area of expertise, and will participate in a summer field experience for forestry undergraduates. The incumbent will also be expected to be active in research and contribute to a nationally recognized applied wildlife research program. This includes advising M.S. and Ph.D. students, developing extramural sources of funds, and publishing in peer-reviewed journals.
We seek an individual that has broad training in natural history and can complement existing areas of expertise within the college, particularly in the areas of avian ecology and/or herpetology. Participation in outreach and service is also expected, including involvement with appropriate student organizations.