Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Environmental Sciences (tenured or

The Department of Environmental Sciences in the College of Natural
Sciences and Mathematics at The University of Toledo invites
applications for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in
environmental sciences with a focus on the land-lake interface within
the Laurentian Great Lakes to commence August 2015.  The successful
candidate will develop a high quality, externally-funded research
program with a broad emphasis on coupled human-natural systems and
environmental sustainability.  We seek a new colleague with a strong
commitment to collaborative research across disciplines.   The
successful candidate must be a dedicated educator and would be expected
to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels in his/her specialty,
and mentor graduate students.

The Department ( has 18
research-active faculty with $2-3 million in external research support
annually, 40 graduate students (M.S. and Ph.D.), 150 undergraduate
majors, newly renovated research facilities and research centers,
including the Lake Erie Center, Plant Science Research Center and
Stranahan Arboretum.  The University of Toledo is located at the
interface of urban regions, the biodiversity of the globally rare Oak
Openings ecosystem, the agriculturally-dominated Maumee River watershed,
and economically-important and ecologically-productive Lake Erie. This
provides an excellent setting to support a program of integrated
research on environmental sustainability.

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in ecology, geology, environmental
sciences or a closely-related discipline.    Applications need to be
submitted via and must include a cover letter,
names and contact information for three references, current CV, and
brief statements of research and teaching interests.  Inquiries may be
sent to   The committee will request
letters of recommendation for finalists.  Review of applications will
begin on December 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is
The University of Toledo is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Employer and Educator and is committed to increasing
the diversity of its faculty.  The Department of Environmental Sciences
is committed to supporting work-life balance to promote productivity and
creativity among our faculty.  Women and minorities are encouraged to