University College London's Anthropology department is seeking to hire a
lecturer in evolutionary anthropology to join an active group of
evolutionary anthropologist (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/heeg/).
UCL is a large and scientifically diverse place in the centre of London.
The college offers great potential for collaborations, amongst others with
researchers in the Centre for the Evolution of Cultural Diversity, the
Centre for Genetic Anthropology, the department of Genetics, Evolution and
Environment, or the Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution.
The official job advert is pasted below, further information is available
on the UCL Human Resources job database
The official closing date for applications is April 30th. For informal
inquiries, please contact Ruth Mace (email@example.com).
Best regards, Max
Lectureship in Evolutionary Anthropology, UCL.
UCL Anthropology are inviting applications for a lectureship in
Evolutionary Anthropology with effect from 1st September or asap
thereafter. The successful applicant must hold a PhD and be able to
demonstrate a strong record of research and publication. S/he will be
expected to conduct research and contribute to teaching courses at
undergraduate and post-graduate level with particular emphasis on the
evolution of human behaviour. Applications from suitably qualified
candidates specialising in human behavioural or evolutionary ecology,
cultural evolution, evolutionary medicine or a related area are welcome.
Closing date APRIL 30th.
Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment
Faculty of Life Sciences
University College London
4 Stephenson Way
London NW1 2HE, UK
Phone: +44-20-76795095 Fax: +44-20-76795052
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