Director of Science and Technology Studies Program

Tenured associate or full professor, beginning Fall 2001. We are seeking an
accomplished scholar to lead program development and guide the transition
from an existing program in History and Philosophy of Science. Duties
include research, teaching, supervision of students, and curriculum
development. Teaching is based on a standard faculty load of four quarter
courses per year. Reduction in teaching for administrative service is
negotiable. Possibility of departmental affiliation open.  The appointee
must have Ph.D. and have a record of strong scholarly and teaching
accomplishments in some field of social, historical or philosophical studies
of the natural or social sciences, medicine, or engineering. Minority and
women candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

In order to receive full consideration, send a letter expressing interest
and current CV by December 15, 2000 to Professor James Griesemer, Chair,
Search Committee, Science and Technology Studies Program, University of
California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616-8673, USA. TEL:
530-752-1068, FAX: 530-752-8964, Email: [log in to unmask] The
position will remain open until filled. Direct informal, confidential
inquiries to the Search Committee Chair. Direct administrative questions to
Lesley Byrns (Office Manager) TEL: 530-752-1291; FAX: 530-752-8964; E-mail:
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The University of California, Davis, and the Science and Technology Studies
Program are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest
standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development
of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.  The University of
California is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.