Assistant Professor of Fisheries Ecophysiology, Montana State University

The Ecology Department at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT invites 
applications for 
a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Fisheries Ecophysiology. We seek 
candidates with 
research interests and skills that complement our current faculty and who 
utilize laboratory 
and field experiments to address important contemporary issues in freshwater 
science and management, including but not limited to such areas as climate 
change, invasive 
species, angling, hydrological alteration, bioenergetics, contaminants/disease, 
and fish 
passage. We are particularly interested in candidates that can integrate 
research across these 
disciplines. A major strength of the department is bridging basic and applied 
science research 
to address questions that are both regionally important and relevant to society.

Because increasing the diversity of the profession is one of our strategic 
priorities, women and 
underrepresented minorities in ecological sciences or natural resource 
management are 
particularly encouraged to apply.

For more information and application instructions see 

Screening of applications will begin on November 1, 2016; however, applications 
will continue 
to be accepted until an adequate applicant pool has been established.

MSU is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Veterans/Disabled

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