The Departments of Mathematics, Botany, and Biology at the University of Hawai?i at M?noa are each searching for a tenure track faculty position in the statistical and life sciences. These three positions are part of a college-wide effort to build capacity in data and computational science. Outlines of the positions and links to detailed descriptions follow.
Department of Mathematics. Assistant Professor, Mathematics. We seek candidates with expertise in mathematical statistics or applied probability, including experience with statistical-theory-driven methodology and its applications in scientific research, especially in the life sciences. A complete job announcement is available at http://workatuh.hawaii.edu. Search under position number 84558. Electronic applications at www.mathjobs.org are preferred. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Botany. Assistant Professor, Quantitative Evolution or Ecology. We are interested in candidates who will address fundamental topics in ecology and/or evolution by developing quantitative and computational approaches for studying plant, fungal, or algal systems. We are searching for a highly creative and interactive scholar who fits into our multidisciplinary department. A complete job announcement is available at http://workatuh.hawaii.edu. Search under position number 85019. Direct questions to email@example.com.
Department of Biology. Assistant Professor, Statistics in Biology. We seek applicants that conduct research in statistical methods applied to fundamental problems in the life sciences. Applicants should have a strong focus on statistical research, and biological interests that complement existing strengths in the department. A complete job announcement is available at http://workatuh.hawaii.edu. Search under faculty positions at UH Manoa in natural sciences. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See job announcements at http://workatuh.hawaii.edu for full statements of requirements for each position. These include an earned Ph.D. in a relevant field, a strong research record in a relevant field, and ability to teach appropriate undergraduate and graduate courses.
About University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Natural Sciences
The University of Hawaii at Manoa is the flagship campus of the University of Hawaii system. The College of Natural Sciences is comprised of the departments of Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Information & Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Microbiology and Physics & Astronomy, with over 2000 undergraduate majors and 400 graduate students. The College has embarked on a major initiative in data and comput...ational science, including statistics and bioinformatics, to complement existing strengths ranging from astronomy to ecology, evolution and marine biology.