Western Colorado University invites applications for a tenure-track position in biology. Primary teaching responsibilities include lecture and laboratory/field courses in fisheries management, biology and ichthyology, as well as ecology and other courses in support of the degree program in biology. The successful candidate would also be expected to contribute to mentoring graduate students in the MS in Ecology program.


The position requires teaching 24 semester credits per academic year with some reassigned time to conduct fisheries related research involving undergraduate students. Responsibilities also include the development of the fisheries program at Western, academic advising, service to the university, research in fisheries, and collaborations with agencies.

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