Dear ECNers,

Please share this with any potentially interested colleagues and acquaintances.
The UH Insect Museum is a rapidly growing resource and this position would
hopefully include active participation in the Museum.

Title:                          Assistant Professor in Entomology (I3)

Hiring Unit:                University of Hawaii, Manoa, College of
Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Plant and
Environmental Protection Sciences

Position FTE:              60% Instruction, 40% Research

Location:                     Manoa, Honolulu, HI

Closing date:               Continuous – application review begins

Monthly Type:            9 month

Tenure Track:              Tenure track

Full Time/Part Time:  Full Time


Other Conditions:

            To begin approximately *Aug 2019*or soon thereafter. For best
consideration, all application materials should be received by *Jan 15,

Duties and Responsibilities:Contribute to an excellent departmental
undergraduate teaching program and Entomology graduate program by teaching
the following courses: PEPS 250 (World of Insects), General Entomology
(PEPS 363 and 363L) yearly;  Foundations of Pest Management (PEPS 421)
every other year; an appropriate graduate course identified as meeting
program needs, such as Insect Physiology, or Insect Identification
(taxonomy) every other year; and sharing responsibility periodically for a
discussion/seminar and a departmental graduate seminar.

Contribute to program assessment efforts, advise and mentor graduate
students, develop a successful research program in fields including but not
limited to evolution, management, ecology, physiology or behavior of

Provide service to the college, university, and community, and perform
other faculty duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:

Earneddoctorate with research experience in Entomology as evidenced by
publications in peer-reviewed journals. Successful experience in
instruction at the college level, as evidenced by written or web-based
course materials, reports, references, and/or positive student evaluations.

Desirable Qualifications:

Research experience with insects as evidenced by publications in
peer-reviewed journals. Experience in course and/orprogram development,and
assessment.  Demonstrated success in obtaining extramural funding. Evidence
of self-improvement in the area of instruction, such as participation in
relevant courses, seminars, or other programs.

To Apply:

Submit the following to the address listed below: 1) Cover letter
indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications; 2)
curriculum vitae; 3) official university transcripts (copies accepted,
however official transcripts will be required upon hire); and 4) names,
addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three persons who will
provide confidential letters of reference. Electronic submission of
application materials is preferred, to [log in to unmask]

Application address:

Search Committee Chair, Department of Plant and Environmental Protection
Sciences, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University
of Hawaii at Manoa, 3050 Maile Way Gilmore  310, Honolulu, HI 96822.

Inquiries:  Dr. Mark Wright; [log in to unmask]

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