The Dept of Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech seeks to fill a tenure-track position in mammal ecology at the level of assistant or associate professor. This is a fulltime, tenure-track, nine-month appointment with primary responsibilities in teaching (50%) and research (50%). The appointment is in the College of Natural Resources and Environment and reports directly to the Head of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation. The Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation consists of 24 faculty, ~ 20 support staff, and is home to the Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Our diverse and active faculty conduct research in 13 states and many foreign countries. The department is located on Virginia Tech's main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, situated in

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