Job Description Open Rank Tenure-track, 12-month undergraduate and graduate teaching and research/scholarly activity position in the Department of Wildlife and Natural Resources. The proposed employment date is June 1, 2024 or until a successful candidate is identified. This position will serve a critical need in a rapidly growing program in Zoo Animal Care and Management within the Department of Wildlife and Natural Resources at Tarleton State University. The department serves over 450 students in its B.S. and M.S. degrees. A Ph.D. in Animal and Natural Resource Sciences is launching in Fall 2023. This position will be affiliated with and maintain an office at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center (FRWC) in Glen Rose, TX. FRWC is a renowned facility accredited by the Association of Zoos an

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