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Position Summary The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University invites applications for a full‐time, 12-month tenure track Assistant Professor in Conservation Genomics and Molecular Ecology with 75% research, 15% teaching, 5% outreach, and 5% service assignment.  The position start date is anticipated to be fall 2024. The successful candidate will join a dynamic faculty, postdoctoral and student community in departmental and campus-wide programs with expertise in applications of genomic methods in natural resources management, ecology, and evolutionary biology, with a focus on natural resources management. The Department seeks individuals trained in areas including but not limited to spatial genetic structuring and recruitment dynamics of fish and


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