Submitted: 30 September 2022
Department: Evolutionary Anthropology
Institution: Duke University
Job type: Tenure-track
Apply by: 1 November 2022
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The Department of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in July 2023.

Candidates with specialties in any area of evolutionary anthropology are invited to apply. Consideration will be given to applicants studying any aspect of human biological variation, growth and development, demography, and human adaptation to climate or disease, as well as those with research in areas of our current strengths (e.g., primate behavioral ecology, cognitive and neurobiological evolution, genetics and genomics, evolutionary endocrinology and physiology, paleontology, and functional anatomy). The successful candidate must hold a PhD. and demonstrate the potential to build an outstanding, externally funded research program. In addition, they must contribute to teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and fortify the department’s interdisciplinary links to other units in the University.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, three representative reprints and the contact information for three potential referees to our job posting at Academic Jobs Online. Applications received by November 1, 2022 will be guaranteed consideration.

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