The following are current job opportunities in our department:
Tenure-Track BioArchaeologist or BioCultural Anthropologist
The department seeks to hire a 3-field-trained (archaeology, biological, socio-cultural) anthropologist who studies the interface of culture and human biology in either modern or archaeological human populations. Specific areas of interest can include: some aspect of human biocultural evolution; biocultural adaptation to environmental or culture change; the causes and consequences of disease or physical violence in ancient or modern populations; past or contemporary patterns of health, nutrition, diet, and/or reproduction. Geographic area of research is open, but preference will be given to candidates who work in the Americas.
For full information about the position, see our formal Announcement of Faculty Position Opening.
Screening of applications will begin 15 October, 2014. Priority will be given to applicants who meet the screening deadline. However, the position will remain open until filled.
We have formed our part-time pools for AY 2014-15 and are not currently accepting applications for part-time faculty. Please check back in early Spring 2015 for information about the AY 2015-16 part-time pools.