The Department of Ecosystem and Conservation Sciences (DECS) in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation (FCFC), and the Wildlife Biology Program, at the University of Montana (UM) seek applicants for a nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Quantitative Ecology to begin fall 2022. We seek a research scientist who applies and develops innovative quantitative approaches to advance understanding and/or management of ecological systems in either the terrestrial or aquatic realm. Because the FCFC and Wildlife Biology Program are committed to increasing the diversity of our profession, we particularly welcome applicants who will help us diversify the leadership in our programs. The UM Wildlife Biology Program has been ranked as the top wildlife program in North America b

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