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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND NUTRITION SCIENCES BROOKLYN COLLEGE OF CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSmION EIoIML~mi. A1AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
The Department ofHealth and Nutrition Sciences seeks to hire, beginning September, 1998, a tenure track assistant professor with a specialization in Environmental and Occupational Health to teach graduate and undergraduate courses, advise students, conduct research, and participate in service to the department, college, and community.
The faculty member is also expected to involve students in internships and research and to play an important role in the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program, and to participate in the newly developed undergraduate Environmental Studies major.
The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. or equivalent, teaching and research experience, and publications in environmental or occupational health or a related field; and expertise in the epidemiologic and physiologic aspects ofenvironmental and occupational health as well as have knowledge oftheir broader social and political contexts. A focus on urban issues is desirable. An MPH, a history ofobtaining external funding and computer literacy/technological skills are preferred.
Appointment subject to financial ability. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Send curriculum vitae and sample publications to: Erika Friedmann, Ph.D. Chair, Department ofHealth and Nutrition Sciences Brooklyn College 2900 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11210
Anticipated closing date January 5, 1998. Visit our site at http:// academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/hns to learn more about our academic program.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/IRCA/AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT EMPLOYER.
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