Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
The Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona is accepting applications for an Assistant Professor position (tenure track) to begin in August 2023. We are broadly interested in applicants working in any area of ecology (e.g. physiological, behavioral, population, community, global, theoretical, computational, experimental, field, and climate change ecology, as well as biodiversity science and eco-informatics). We welcome those with expertise in individual systems and those who integrate across approaches, systems, or scales. We encourage programs that involve local or regional systems and leverage the university’s experimental and computational resources.
Members of France-Arizona Institute for Global Grand Challenges convene in Tucson to reflect on partnership's first year
Partners from UArizona and the French National Centre for Scientific Research will convene to celebrate accomplishments and renew commitment to shared goals of the institute, which was established one year ago.
Evidence Points to Animal Market, Not Lab, as Epicenter of Pandemic
In a new paper published in Science, UArizona virus expert Michael Worobey connects the dots from the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak and shows that an origin other than the Huanan Seafood Market is extremely unlikely.
Life on LEO: Plants to be Added to the Landscape Evolution Observatory at Biosphere 2
Surprisingly little is known about how rain moves through landscapes once it's on the ground. UArizona's Landscape Evolution Observatory is designed to provide answers. A $3.5 million grant will allow scientists to study the roles plants and microbes play in the process.
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