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FW: Position Opportunity

-----Original Message-----
From: sreyer@oznet.ksu.edu [mailto:sreyer@oznet.ksu.edu] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2001 3:45 PM
To: smccabe@pennhort.org
Subject: Position Opportunity

Do you have any web site or place to post the following 
advertisement.  If so, we ask that this opportunity please be posted. 
 If there are any costs associated with the posting of this 
opportunity, please forward the invoice to the address listed below.

Assistant Professor (Horticultural Therapy) 12-month tenure track 
position with 70% teaching and 30% research responsibilities.  
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Horticulture or related 
plant/biology/behavioral science discipline with primary emphasis in 
Horticultural Therapy or a related people-plant interaction area, 
such as Biomedicine or Sociohorticulture.  Horticultural therapy 
teaching responsibilities include instruction of undergraduate and 
graduate courses, and advising horticultural therapy B.S., M.S. and 
Ph.D. students.  Applicants must have teaching abilities to interact 
effectively with students and special needs populations, expertise in 
computer-assisted teaching methods, and abilities to work with 
distance learning technologies.  Research responsibilities may 
include work with (1) human central nervous, autonomic, and immune 
system responsiveness to plant environments, and (2) related people-
plant behavioral sciences.  Applicants must have an expertise in 
biomedical laboratory operation and research methods, and experiences 
in coordinating biomedical research projects.  Applicants will be 
expected to publish and present research findings in technical and 
refereed journals, secure extramural funding, and interact with 
faculty an professional associations.  Applications will be accepted 
until February 28, 2001 or until filled.   For full consideration, 
send a letter addressing your interest, pertinent qualifications, 
vita, official college transcripts, and telephone number with three 
letters of reference to: Dr. Richard Mattson, Search Committee Chair, 
Department of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, 2021 
Throckmorton Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506-5506. 
 Phone (785) 532-1420: FAX: (785) 532-6949; e-mail: 
{ HYPERLINK "mailto:rmattson@oznet.ksu.edu." }rmattson@oznet.ksu.edu. 
 Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment 
Opportunity Employer committed to multi-cultural diversity.  
Cyreathia (SAM) Reyer
Horticulture, Forestry and
  Recreation Resources
2021 Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center
Manhattan, KS  66506-5506
(785) 532-1413
FAX:  785-532-6949

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