AAS Committee on the Status of Women 
Issue of November 2, 2007 
eds. Joan Schmelz, Hannah Jang-Condell & Caroline Simpson 
 
This week's issues: 
 
1. Study About Why Women Leave Science 
 
2. Article about Women in the Workplace from NY Times 
 
3. Female Faculty and the Sciences 
 
4. Advice for New Graduate Students 
 
5. Third IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics, October 8-10, 
2008, Seoul, Korea 
 
6. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women 
 
7. Postdoc in Extragalactic Astronomy, Lowell Observatory 
 
8. Postdoctoral Researcher Position, Louisiana State University 
 
9. Postdoc opportunities at Princeton Astrophysics 
 
10. Postdoctoral Opportunities at NRAO 
 
11. Scientist/Software Engineer Positions at NRAO 
 
12. Faculty Position In Theoretical High Energy Physics, UCSD 
 
13. Tenure-Track Astronomer Positions at NRAO 
 
14. Dean of the College of Science, Columbus State University 
 
15. How to Submit, Subscribe, or Unsubscribe to AASWOMEN 
 
16. Access to Past Issues of AASWOMEN 
 
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1. Study About Why Women Leave Science 
From: Amy Simon-Miller [Amy.Simonnasa.gov] 
 
done at NIH: 
 
http://www.nih.gov/news/pr/oct2007/od-31.htm 
 
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2. Article about Women in the Workplace from NY Times 
From: Geoff Clayton [gclaytonfenway.phys.lsu.edu] 
 
Nice article about women in the workplace.... 
 
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/01/fashion/01WORK.html?ref=3Dstyle 
 
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3. Female Faculty and the Sciences 
WIPHYS of October 31, 2007 
 
During a Congressional hearing focused on the recruitment and retention of 
female faculty members in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and 
mathematics) fields Wednesday, witnesses discussed how the federal 
government can combat the underrepresentation of women through targeted 
grants and incentives - and even the creation of a new quasi-governmental 
agency that would expand the enforcement of Title IX, the landmark 1972 
gender equity law, to better encompass academic practices. 
InsideHigherEducation, October 18, 2007 
http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/10/18/womensci 
 
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4. Advice for New Graduate Students 
From: WIPHYS of October 31, 2007 
 
Mastering your PhD: starting off on the right foot. Tips from Science 
Careers on how to ease into your PhD work. 
http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_development/previous_issues/art= 
icles/2007_10_26/caredit_a0700152 
 
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5. THIRD IUPAP INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WOMEN IN PHYSICS, OCTOBER 8-10, 
2008, SEOUL, KOREA 
From: WIPHYS of November 1, 2007 
 
The 3rd IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics (ICWIP 2008) wil= 
l 
be held during October 8-10, 2008 in Seoul, Korea. This triennial meeting i= 
s 
organized under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied 
Physics (IUPAP) and the Korean Physical Society (KPS). ICWIP 2008 is 
dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the latest developments and 
ideas regarding the status of woman physicists in world-communities. It is 
our great pleasure to invite you to attend ICWIP 2008.   The conference wil= 
l 
consist of plenary talks from many different fields, workshops, poster 
presentations, and working group meetings.  The official language of the 
conference is English. 
 
The registration will be through the country teams. It is recommended for 
each country to organize a country team with a team leader as soon as 
possible. Individual registration would be considered.  Limited traveling 
funds will be available for the participants from developing countries. 
Conference Site: Sofitel Ambassador Hotel, Seoul, Korea. Host: KPS (Korean 
Physical Society).  See more information on the conference=BFs website at 
http://icwip2008.org 
 
Contact: Dr. Barbara Sandow Chair, IUPAP Working Group on Women in Physics = 
Free 
University Berlin Inst. f. Exp.Phys. Arnimallee 14 D-14195 Berlin, 
Germany E-mail: sandowphysik.fu-berlin.de Professor Youngah Park Chair,= 
 
Local Organizing Committee of ICWIP 2008 Department of Physics 
Myongji University Yongin 449-728, Korea E-mail: youngahmju.ac.kr, 
secicwip2008.org, 
 
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6. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women 
From: messagesaps.org 
 
I am pleased to announce that APS and IBM will again co-sponsor a 
research internship program for undergraduate women in physics and 
related fields in the summer of 2008.  We ask your assistance in 
sharing this information with young women students in your 
departments who may be interested in this excellent opportunity. 
 
The internships are salaried positions typically 10 weeks long, 
and include in addition a $2,500 grant, plus the opportunity to 
work with a mentor at one of three IBM research locations. 
Applications must be submitted by February 1, 2008 using the 
web-based format.  Please note that letters of recommendation 
should be emailed directly to IBM.  Complete details on the 
program and how to apply are available at 
http://www.aps.org/programs/women/scholarships/index.cfm . 
Questions about the program itself should be sent to me at 
bajonesalmaden.ibm.com. 
 
Barbara Jones, Manager 
Theoretical and Computational Physics 
IBM Almaden Research Center 
San Jose, CA 
bajonesalmaden.ibm.com 
 
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7. Postdoc in Extragalactic Astronomy, Lowell Observatory 
From: Deidre Hunter [dahlowell.edu] 
 
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Extragalactic Astronomy 
 
Lowell Observatory 
 
Vacancy Announcement Number: AST-07-07 
 
Position Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Extragalactic 
Astronomy 
 
Organization: Lowell Observatory, 1400 W. Mars Hill Rd., Flagstaff, 
AZ 86001-4499 
Job Location: Flagstaff, AZ 
Benefits: Full-time, Exempt, Full Benefits 
Position Term: Begins mid-2008. Duration of up to 4 years, including 
an initial appointment for one year and extensions contingent on 
annual reviews of performance and continuity of NSF funding. 
Applications must be received by Nov 30, 2007 to receive full 
consideration, but applications will be accepted until the position 
is filled. 
 
Qualifications Required: Doctorate degree in Astronomy, Astrophysics, 
or closely related area. 
 
Description/Duties: Lowell Observatory invites applications for a 
postdoctoral research associate position in extragalactic astronomy 
beginning mid-2008. The successful applicant must have a PhD by the 
start of the appointment. Experience with reduction and analysis of 
radio interferometric HI-emission data is highly desirable. The 
applicant will work with Deidre Hunter and will be part of a team 
conducting a large VLA HI survey of dwarf galaxies to investigate 
star formation processes 
(http://www.lowell.edu/users/dah/littlethings/). The applicant is 
expected to participate in reduction and mapping of the full dataset 
as well as lead analysis of a science sub-topic. The initial 
appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of up to a 3 
year extension, contingent on performance and continuity of funding. 
 
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Attention to detail, ability to 
work independently and as part of a team, complete work on schedule, 
and communicate effectively with others. Must be self-motivated and 
have the willingness and abilities to take an active role in a large 
research project. 
 
To Apply: Applicants should send a cover letter stating their 
qualifications for this position, the names and addresses of three 
references from whom letters have been requested, a resume with 
publication list, and a statement of current research to Human 
Resources at the above address. Additionally, a short form is 
requested, and can be downloaded as a PDF or a Microsoft Word 
document, or a form can be requested by calling 928-774-3358 or 
e-mailing humanresources[at]lowell[dot]edu. Send all application 
materials to: Human Resources, Lowell Observatory, 1400 W. Mars Hill 
Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86001-4499, e-mail: 
humanresources[at]lowell[dot]edu, fax: 928/774-6296. 
 
Specific inquiries regarding the nature of the work to be performed 
may be made to Dr. Deidre Hunter, dah(at)lowell(dot)edu 
 
EEO Statement: Lowell Observatory is an equal opportunity provider 
and employer and prohibits discrimination in all its programs and 
activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, 
age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital 
and family status. 
 
Lowell Observatory provides reasonable accommodations to applicants 
with disabilities. This non-smoking campus is at an elevation of 
7,000 ft/2100m. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part 
of the application and hiring process, please notify the Human 
Resources office for assistance. The decision for granting reasonable 
accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. 
 
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8. Postdoctoral Researcher Position 
Louisiana State University 
From: Geoff Clayton [gclaytonfenway.phys.lsu.edu] 
 
Postdoctoral Researcher Position 
Louisiana State University 
Department of Physics and Astronomy 
Baton Rouge LA 70803 
 
Attention:  Dr. Geoffrey Clayton 
 
Applications are invited for an anticipated postdoctoral researcher 
position, starting February 1, 2008 or as soon as possible thereafter, to 
work in the area of interstellar and circumstellar dust.  These projects 
involve obtaining and analyzing space- and ground-based data, and modeling 
of dust grains using several computational methods. Of particular interest 
is dust associated with Type II supernovae, and R Coronae Borealis Stars 
 
The position requires a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Astronomy, 
Astrophysics or a related field.  Preference will be given to candidates 
with experience in radiative transfer computer modeling, and/or obtaining 
and analyzing observational data using IRAF, and IDL.  The successful 
candidate will have the opportunity to pursue personal research interests. 
The appointment will be for one year initially and is renewable annually fo= 
r 
two more years, subject to funding availability. Salary will be commensurat= 
e 
with qualifications and experience. 
 
Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research 
experience and interests, and the names of three people willing to write 
letters of recommendation, should be directed as soon as possible to Dr. 
Geoffrey Clayton.  Consideration of the applications will begin January 15, 
2008 and continue until a candidate is selected.  LSU is an Equal 
Opportunity/Equal Access Employer. 
 
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9. Postdoc opportunities at Princeton Astrophysics 
From: Mindy G. Lipman [lipmanPrinceton.EDU] 
 
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Lyman Spitzer, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Astrophysics 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, 
invites applications for the Lyman Spitzer, Jr. Postdoctoral 
Fellowship in Astrophysics. The Spitzer Fellow is expected to carry 
out original research in astrophysics, independently or in 
collaboration with Princeton faculty, postdoctoral fellows and 
students. The fellowship is intended primarily to support researchers 
in theoretical astrophysics, but exceptional candidates in 
observational astronomy are encouraged to apply as well. The 
fellowship includes a substantial annual research fund. 
 
Princeton astronomers with research interests in theoretical 
astrophysics include Neta Bahcall (large-scale structure, clusters of 
galaxies), Renyue Cen (cosmological simulations), Christopher Chyba 
(solar system), Bruce Draine (interstellar dust, interstellar medium), 
Jeremy Goodman (dynamics, gamma-ray bursts, accretion disks, 
scintillation), J. Richard Gott (cosmology, general relativity), James 
Gunn (cosmology, large-scale structure), Russell Kulsrud (primordial 
magnetic fields, plasma physics), Jeremiah P. Ostriker (formation and 
evolution of galaxies and large-scale structure), Roman Rafikov 
(planet formation, planetary dynamics), David Spergel (CMB, particle 
astrophysics, cosmology, galaxy dynamics, planets), Anatoly Spitkovsky 
(neutron stars, relativistic MHD), James Stone (MHD, star formation), 
and 15-20 postdoctoral fellows and associate research scholars. There 
are also strong research groups in the Physics Department and at the 
nearby Institute for Advanced Study. Appointments are for one year, 
renewable annually based on satisfactory performance, for a total of 
up to three years. The expected starting date is September 1, 2008. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant=92s full name in subject) by November 30, 2007. Only web 
submissions will be considered.  All applications will automatically 
be considered for all postdoctoral fellowships available in the 
department, but please state which positions you are interested 
in. For information about voluntary self-identification, please link 
to: http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings. EEO/AAE 
 
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Henry Norris Russell Postdoctoral Fellowship in Astrophysics 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University invites 
applications for the Henry Norris Russell Postdoctoral Fellowship in 
Astrophysics. The Russell Fellow is expected to carry out original 
research in observational astrophysics, independently or in 
collaboration with Princeton faculty, postdoctoral fellows and 
students. Exceptional candidates in all areas of astrophysics are 
encouraged to apply. The fellowship includes a substantial annual 
research fund. 
 
Department faculty and researchers include Neta Bahcall (large-scale 
structure, clusters of galaxies), Renyue Cen (cosmological 
simulations), Christopher Chyba (solar system), Bruce Draine 
(interstellar dust, interstellar medium), Jeremy Goodman (dynamics, 
gamma-ray bursts,  accretion disks, scintillation), J. Richard Gott 
(cosmology, general relativity), James Gunn (cosmology, large-scale 
structure, astronomical instrumentation), Edward Jenkins (ultraviolet 
astronomy, interstellar and intergalactic medium), Gillian Knapp 
(stars, brown dwarfs, interstellar medium), Russell Kulsrud 
(primordial magnetic fields, plasma physics), Robert Lupton (data 
analysis, statistical methods, precision photometry), Jeremiah 
P. Ostriker (formation and evolution of galaxies and large-scale 
structure), Roman Rafikov (planet formation, planetary dynamics), 
Alice Shapley (galaxy formation and evolution at high redshift), David 
Spergel (CMB, particle astrophysics, cosmology, galaxy dynamics, 
planets), Anatoly Spitkovsky (neutron stars, relativistic MHD), James 
Stone (MHD, star formation), Michael Strauss (large-scale structure, 
quasars), and Edwin Turner (gravitational lenses, planets), as well as 
15-20 postdoctoral fellows, and strong research groups in the Physics 
Department and at the nearby Institute for Advanced 
Study. Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on 
satisfactory performance, for a total of up to three years. The 
expected starting date is September 1, 2008. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant=92s full name in subject) by November 30, 2007. Only web 
submissions will be considered.  All applications will automatically 
be considered for all postdoctoral fellowships available in the 
department, but please state which positions you are interested 
in. For information about voluntary self-identification, please link 
to: http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings. EEO/AAE 
 
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Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship Carnegie Observatories and Princeton Universi= 
ty 
 
Send one copy of your application to Carnegie at: 
    813 Santa Barbara Street 
    Pasadena, CA  91101 USA 
    Attention: Dr. John Mulchaey, Chair, Fellowship Committee 
Send a second copy of your application to Princeton University: 
    via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email = 
Inquiries: 
postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the 
Department of Astrophysical Sciences of Princeton University invite 
applications for a four-year postdoctoral fellowship in astronomy, to 
begin in September, 2008.  The Fellow is expected to work for two 
years in Princeton and two years at the main offices of the 
Observatories in Pasadena.  The timing of these stays will be 
negotiated by the Fellow and the host institutions once the position 
is offered. 
 
The Carnegie-Princeton Fellow is expected to carry out original 
research in any area of astronomy or astrophysics, either 
independently or in collaboration with staff, faculty or students at 
the host institutions. The principal selection criteria will be 
outstanding research accomplishments and promise of future 
achievement, although preference will be given to researchers working 
in those areas in which Carnegie and Princeton have active research 
interests. 
 
The Fellow will have access to all of the resources and facilities of 
both institutions. In particular, Carnegie operates the Las Campanas 
Observatory in Chile, which includes the twin 6.5-meter Magellan 
telescopes, the 2.5-meter Dupont and 1.0-meter Swope telescopes, and 
provides an excellent environment for observational astrophysics and 
cosmology.  The Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton is a 
major partner in the Apache Point Observatory, the Sloan Digital Sky 
Survey, the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the Atacama 
Cosmology Telescope, and, together with research groups in the Physics 
Department and the nearby Institute for Advanced Study, offers an 
unparalleled environment for research in theoretical astrophysics and 
cosmology. The fellowship provides support for observing, travel, 
computing and publications, and the observing facilities will be 
accessible for the entire duration of the fellowship. 
 
Further information on the host institutions is available at 
http://www.ociw.edu/ and http://www.astro.princeton.edu. 
 
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, bibliography, and research 
plan, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to 
BOTH the Observatories and to Princeton by November 30, 2007. The 
research plan should address how the applicant intends to use the 
resources and facilities available at both host 
institutions. Preference for a starting host institution and the 
proposed timing of the stays at each institution should also be 
stated. Selection of the successful candidate will be made by a joint 
Carnegie-Princeton committee. All applicants will automatically be 
considered for all postdoctoral positions in the Astrophysical 
Sciences department at Princeton and for the Carnegie Fellowship at 
The Observatories; however, they should clearly state in the cover 
letter that they wish to be considered for the Carnegie-Princeton 
Fellowship.  Application materials, including letters of reference, 
should be sent to BOTH Carnegie Observatories and the Astrophysical 
Sciences department at Princeton.  Please send to Carnegie via e-mail: 
c-pfellowociw.edu or regular mail: Carnegie-Princeton Fellowship, 
Carnegie Observatories, 813 Santa Barbara St., Pasadena, CA 
91101. Please send to Princeton via web only: 
http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php. 
 
The Carnegie Institution of Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. 
 
For questions or additional information, please send email to 
c-pfellowociw.edu and/or postapp08_at_astro.princeton.edu . For 
additional information on the fellowship program at Carnegie, please 
visit: http://www.ociw.edu/fellowships/fellowshipprogram. For 
additional information on positions in the Astrophysical Sciences 
department at Princeton, please visit 
http://www.astro.princeton.edu/job_opportunities/dept_jobs.htm.  For 
information about voluntary self-identification, please link to: 
http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings . 
 
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Astronomical Software Scientist 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, 
expects to have one or more positions in the area of software 
development and support for the acquisition, reduction, analysis, and 
testing of optical photometric and spectroscopic data from very large 
surveys. The Department is a member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey 
(SDSS), a multi-institution project which is carrying out wide-area 
imaging and redshift surveys with a dedicated 2.5-meter telescope, and 
the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) consortium, which is 
building a dedicated 8.4-meter telescope to carry out a 20,000 square 
degree multi-band and multi-epoch imaging survey. The Department is 
also collaborating with the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan 
to carry out deep, high-resolution, wide-area imaging surveys to study 
galaxy evolution and weak lensing with large-format cameras on the 
Subaru 8.2 meter telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Software development 
and support for these projects will include work in the following 
areas: the SDSS pipelines; efficient algorithms for object 
measurement; quality analysis; co-addition of multiple imaging data; 
simultaneous processing of imaging data taken at multiple epochs to 
search for and measure faint and variable objects; comparison and 
subtraction of images from multiple passes across the sky; automated 
searches for variable objects; algorithms to find rapidly varying or 
fast moving objects; global photometric calibration; 
spectrophotometry; the determination of stellar parameters 
(temperature, metallicity, spectral type, gravity and radial velocity) 
from spectroscopic data; the analysis of Lyman-alpha forest data for a 
large quasar spectroscopic survey; and development of algorithms for 
determining photometric redshifts. 
 
We seek persons with five or more years of experience with optical 
telescope software and a PhD in astrophysics or a related field. The 
candidates should have knowledge of optical astronomy at faint levels, 
CCD data, handling of large data sets, efficient automated data 
reduction, image and spectroscopic analysis. The job(s) include 
algorithm development; evaluating the scientific performance of 
pipeline code; writing robust, efficient code (primarily on Unix 
platforms in C/C++); and running and maintaining pipeline 
code. Experience in python, software engineering practices, and 
astronomical instrumentation is desirable. The  appointment(s) will be 
made to the scientific or technical staff at a level and salary 
commensurate with experience, for an initial period of one year which 
can be renewed for one or more years depending on satisfactory 
performance and availability of funding. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant=92s full name in subject) by November 30, 2007. Only web 
submissions will be considered.  All applications will automatically 
be considered for all postdoctoral fellowships available in the 
department, but please state which positions you are interested 
in. For information about voluntary self-identification, please link 
to: http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings. EEO/AAE 
 
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Southern Cosmology Survey Postdoctoral Fellowships 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
We invite applications for a postdoctoral research associate position 
starting September 1, 2008 for a multi-institutional postdoctoral 
program funded by the NSF Partnership for International Research and 
Education (PIRE). The successful candidate should be an exceptional 
experimental, observational or theoretical cosmologist. The 
postdoctoral fellow will be based between Rutgers University, The 
University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University and will work with 
collaboration members at these US institutions as well as at Pontifica 
Universidad Catolica (Chile), the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South 
Africa) and Institute of Space Sciences/CSIC (Spain). We seek 
candidates with proposed research programs based on SZE data from the 
Atacama Cosmology Telescope (http://www.physics.princeton.edu/act), 
optical data from SALT and other ground-based telescopes with a 
scientific focus on fundamental cosmology, or related theoretical or 
observational studies of galaxy formation and evolution and galaxy 
clusters. Possible projects include experimental and theoretical work 
on the CMB, secondary CMB effects, clusters of galaxies, galaxy 
evolution, stellar populations at high redshift, and weak lensing.  
The three US institutions are located within an hour of each other, 
allowing for frequent collaborations and meetings. The three US 
universities encompass a body of approximately 80 postdoctoral 
researchers, faculty and graduate students working in cosmology and 
extra-galactic astronomy. Further, there will be a very strong 
collaboration with our partners in the PIRE program. An annual summer 
school is being organized in each of the hemispheres and long stays in 
Chile and South Africa will be supported and strongly 
encouraged. There will be significant funds for travel. Appointments 
are for one year, renewable annually based on satisfactory 
performance, for a total of up to three years. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant=92s full name in subject) by November 30, 2007. Only web 
submissions will be considered. All applications will automatically be 
considered for all postdoctoral fellowships available in the 
Astrophysical Sciences department at Princeton, but please state which 
positions you are interested in. 
 
For further inquires contact David Spergel (dnsastro.princeton.edu 
). For information about voluntary self-identification, please link 
to: http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings. EEO/AAE 
 
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CMB Analysis Postdoc 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
We invite applications for a postdoctoral research associate position 
starting September 1, 2008 for research and analysis of microwave 
background data from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the 
Atacama Cosmology Telescope. The successful candidate should be an 
exceptional experimental, observational or theoretical cosmologist 
with experience in the analysis and interpretation of microwave 
background data. The candidate will work with Lyman Page and David 
Spergel.  Appointments are for one year, renewable annually based on 
satisfactory performance, for a total of up to three years. Applicants 
should apply via the web at: 
http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have 
three letters of recommendation sent to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant=92s full name in subject) by November 30, 2007. Only web 
submissions will be considered. All applications will automatically be 
considered for all postdoctoral positions available in the 
Astrophysical Sciences department at Princeton, but please state which 
positions you are interested in on the application form. 
 
For further inquires contact David Spergel 
(dnsastro.princeton.edu). For information about voluntary 
self-identification, please link to: 
http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings. EEO/AAE 
 
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Postdoctoral Position in Supernova Theory 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, 
invites applications to fill one or more postdoctoral research 
positions in the theory of supernovae, with a focus on the mechanisms 
of explosion, numerical radiation-hydrodynamics, and nuclear 
astrophysics. Candidates with a strong background in Astrophysics, 
Physics, Astronomy, and Computational Science will be seriously 
considered. Exceptional computational resources, opportunities for 
collaboration, and ample research and travel funds will be available 
to the successful candidate(s). The successful candidate(s) will work 
with Adam Burrows. Appointments are for one year, renewable annually 
based on satisfactory performance and subject to funding, for a total 
of up to three years. The expected starting date is September 1, 2008. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent by November 30, 2007 to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant's full name in the subject line). Only web submissions will 
be considered. All applications will automatically be considered for 
all postdoctoral positions available in the department, but please 
state which positions you are interested in. For further inquiries, 
contact Adam Burrows (aburrowsastro.princeton.edu). For information 
about voluntary self-identification, link to: 
http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings.  EEO/AAE 
 
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Postdoctoral Position in Extrasolar Planets and Brown Dwarf Theory 
 
Apply via web only: http://www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php Email 
Inquiries: postapp08astro.princeton.edu 
Application deadline: 11/30/2007 
 
The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University, 
invites applications to fill one or more postdoctoral research 
positions in the theory of extrasolar planets and brown dwarfs, 
interpreted broadly. Expertise in atmospheric physics, radiative 
transfer, molecular opacities, or thermochemistry is highly desired, 
but not required, and strong candidates from any subfield of 
astrophysics or planetary science will be seriously 
considered. Exceptional computational resources, opportunities for 
collaboration, and ample research and travel funds will be available 
to the successful candidate(s). The successful candidate(s) will work 
with Adam Burrows. Appointments are for one year, renewable annually 
based on satisfactory performance and subject to funding, for a total 
of up to three years. The expected starting date is September 1, 2008. 
 
Applicants should apply via the web at: 
www.astro.princeton.edu/postapp08.php, and arrange to have three 
letters of recommendation sent by November 30, 2007 to 
postapp08_rec_letterastro.princeton.edu (references should include 
applicant's full name in the subject line). Only web submissions will 
be considered. All applications will automatically be considered for 
all postdoctoral fellowships available in the department, but please 
state which positions you are interested in. For further inquiries, 
contact Adam Burrows (aburrowsastro.princeton.edu). For information 
about voluntary self-identification, link to: 
http://www.princeton.edu/dof/about_us/dof_job_openings.  EEO/AAE 
 
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10. Postdoctoral Opportunities at NRAO 
From: Fonda Bryant [fbryantnrao.edu] 
 
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GB 3691 - NRAO Postdoc (Pulsar Search Collaboratory) 
 
NRAO invites applications for a postdoctoral appointment which will be 
split 50% independent research, and 50% as Project Director for a 
National Science Foundation supported educational project called the 
Pulsar Search Collaboratory (PSC). The PSC project will engage West 
Virginia teachers and students in world class research in radio 
astronomy through the analysis of data collected using the Robert 
C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT). Using the interconnectivity of the 
internet, high school students will assist astronomers in analyzing 
large data sets collected specifically for the purpose of discovering 
new pulsars. This project is a collaboration between the National 
Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, WV and West Virginia 
University. Funding will begin in January, 2008. 
 
Duties related to the PSC project will include organizing summer 
training activities and coordinating academic-year meetings as well as 
the development and dissemination of instructional materials. The 
Project Director will be the primary expert-mentor to 
students--developing student expertise through online group forums and 
one-on-one email interactions. The Project Director will collaborate 
with the Principal Investigator (PI) to prepare annual reports to the 
NSF and other appropriate institutions. 
 
The GBT is the world's premiere single-dish radio telescope operating 
at centimeter/long millimeter wavelengths. The telescope is making 
significant advances across a wide range of scientific areas, 
including the study of pulsars. We have an active telescope and 
instrument development program, including development of advanced 
pulsar instrumentation. The successful applicant will have the 
opportunity to collaborate with an international team of pulsar 
scientists in the reduction and analysis of a large pulsar search 
survey data archive in addition to conducting independent research. 
 
The position will be located at the Observatory site in Green Bank, 
West Virginia. The Green Bank Observatory is a vibrant center for 
radio astronomical search located in an area of outstanding natural 
beauty. The salary will be $50,000 per year. The appointment duration 
is three years.  Conference and observing travel will be supported, 
and page charge support, vacation accrual, and health insurance are 
also provided. The appointment will be available January 2008, 
although alternative start dates are possible by agreement. 
 
Candidates should expect to have by the agreed start date, a PhD in 
astronomy, and should have a plan of continuing independent research 
in pulsar science. Applications should include a statement of planned 
research, a description of any education and public outreach 
experience, a curriculum vita including a publication list, and names 
of three scientists who have agreed to provide letters of 
reference. All material should be submitted as a single PDF file of 
the form "LastNameFirstInitial.PSCPostdoc.pdf" via email to: 
gbresumesnrao.edu. Letters of recommendation should be submitted 
separately via email. Please reference "PSC Postdoc" in the subject 
line. All applications received by December 3, 2007, will be given 
full consideration, but applications will continue to be accepted 
until the position is filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to 
apply. 
 
For more information about the PSC project and research opportunities, 
feel free to contact project PI Sue Ann Heatherly at 
sheathernrao.edu, and Co-Is Maura McLaughlin at 
maura.mclaughlinmail.wvu.edu, and Duncan Lorimer at 
duncan.lorimermail.wvu.edu 
 
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GB 3623 - NRAO GBT Postdoc 
 
The 100m Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT) is the world's 
premiere single-dish radio telescope operating at centimeter/long 
millimeter wavelengths. The telescope is making significant advances 
across a wide range of scientific areas, including the study of 
pulsars and compact objects, astrochemistry and biology, star 
formation and evolution, the content of nearby galaxies, the universe 
at high redshift, and cosmology. The telescope currently operates at 
frequencies up to 50 GHz (wavelengths down to 7mm), and we have made 
preliminary observations at 3mm. We have an active telescope and 
instrument development program, including development of advanced 
pulsar instrumentation and bolometer and heterodyne and focal plane 
arrays. 
 
NRAO invites applications for a postdoctoral appointment which will be 
split 50% independent research, and 50% in support of GBT operations 
and development. There is a wide range of possibilities for the 
support activities, including for example telescope and instrument 
commissioning, software development, data analysis algorithms and 
pipeline development and user support. The precise duties would be 
chosen to match the requirements of the telescope and the skills and 
interests of the successful applicant. The position will be located at 
the Observatory site in Green Bank, West Virginia. 
 
The starting salary will be $51,000 per year. The appointment duration 
is two years, with the possibility of extension to a third year 
subject to funding availability and satisfactory 
performance. Conference and observing travel will be supported, and 
page charge support, vacation accrual, health insurance, and a moving 
allowance are also provided. The appointment will be available 
September 2008, although alternative start dates are possible by 
agreement. 
 
Candidates should have, or expect to have by the agreed start date, a 
PhD in astronomy, physics, or a related field, and should have a plan 
of continuing independent research. Applications should include a 
statement of planned research, a description of any instrumentation or 
software experience, specific support areas of interest, a curriculum 
vitae including a publication list, and the names of three scientists 
who have agreed to provide letters of reference. All material should 
be submitted as a single PDF file of the form 
"LastNameFirstInitial.GBTPostdoc.pdf" via email to: 
gbresumesnrao.edu. Letters of recommendation should be submitted 
separately via email. Please reference "GBT Postdoc" in the subject 
line. All applications received by November 16, 2007, will be given 
full consideration, but applications will continue to be accepted 
until the position is filled. Women and minorities are encouraged to 
apply. 
 
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Jansky Fellowships 2008 
 
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) announces the 2008 
postdoctoral Jansky Fellowship program that provides outstanding 
opportunities for research in astronomy.  Jansky Fellows formulate and 
carry out investigations either independently or in collaboration with 
others within the wide framework of interests of the Observatory. 
Prior radio experience is not required and multi-wavelength projects 
leading to a synergy with NRAO instruments are encouraged.  The NRAO 
also encourages applications from candidates with interest in radio 
astronomy instrumentation, computation, and theory. 
 
Up to three appointments will be made for positions at any of the NRAO 
sites (Socorro, NM; Green Bank, WV; and Charlottesville, VA).  In the 
coming years, as ALMA commissioning activities get underway, we expect 
that there will also be positions available in Chile.  Jansky Fellows 
are encouraged to spend time at universities working with 
collaborators during the course of their fellowship.  In addition to 
appointments at NRAO sites, up to three non-resident Jansky Fellowship 
appointments will be offered for positions that may be located at a 
U.S. university.  Frequent and/or long term visits to NRAO sites are 
encouraged.  Split Fellowships with time spent at NRAO and at a 
U.S. university are allowed. 
 
The starting salary will be $56,000 per year with an appointment 
duration of two years and possible renewal for a third year.  There is 
a research budget of up to $10,000 provided per year for travel and 
computing requirements.  Fellows are eligible for page charge support, 
vacation accrual, health insurance coverage, and a moving allowance. 
In addition, up to $3,000 per year is provided to defray local 
institutional costs for non-resident Jansky Fellows. 
 
The NRAO web site provides a description of the application process 
and other relevant details: 
http://www.nrao.edu/administration/directors_office/jansky-postdocs.shtml. 
Candidates must receive their PhD prior to beginning a Jansky 
Fellowship appointment. 
 
The deadline for BOTH applications and letters of recommendation is 
November 16, 2007.  The NRAO is an equal opportunity employer 
(M/F/H/V). 
 
Award offers will be made by February 15, 2008, with the Fellowships 
expected to begin in September 2008. 
 
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11. Scientist/Software Engineer Positions at NRAO 
From: Fonda Bryant [fbryantnrao.edu] 
 
----- Software Engineer II 
 
The Software Engineer will be part of a team involved in development 
of software to support all aspects of observing with the GBT. The 
software responsibilities of the Software Development Division include 
all software needed before, during, and after the actual observations, 
such as observation preparation, execution, and data processing and 
reduction, and may include software support for R&D activities. For 
the right candidate, this may also include leading cross-departmental 
projects for which software development is a key component, or 
providing user support. The salary for this position will be 
determined by skills and experience. 
 
A minimum of a B.S. degree in astronomy, physics, computer science, 
software engineering, or related field.  Advanced education or other 
acquired background in radio astronomy, physics, remote sensing, or 
spectroscopy is highly desirable. Two or more years of experience in 
the design and implementation of software in a structured environment 
is desired, with exposure to all aspects of the software development 
life cycle. Experience with object-oriented programming languages, 
especially C++ and Python, and/or experience with radio astronomy data 
reduction and programming languages, especially IDL, is highly 
desirable.  The capability to successfully collaborate with peers on 
projects is a must. For scientists, a portion of time for personal 
research can be available, as appropriate.  Resumes with a cover 
letter specifying the available position of interest should be 
addressed to NRAO, Shirley Curry, PO Box 2, Green Bank, WV 24944 or 
electronically to gbresumesnrao.edu.. Non-specific 
resumes/applications will not be considered. NRAO is an Equal 
Opportunity Employer - women and minority candidates are encouraged to 
apply. 
 
----- ALMA COMMISSIONING SCIENTIST 
 
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory invites applications for an 
ALMA Commissioning Scientist position.  These positions are assigned 
to ALMA project and operational duties in Chile.  The position is 
funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation through the 
ALMA Construction Project. These international staff positions will 
exist during the construction period through 2011, with possibilities 
to transfer to the observatory science operations team during or after 
construction. 
 
The role of the ALMA Commissioning Scientist will be to assist the 
Project Scientist and the Deputy Project Scientist in planning and 
executing the scientific commissioning of ALMA.  As a member of the 
commissioning team, the successful applicant will work on preparing 
specific test procedures and trouble-shooting them, carrying out 
measurements, processing the data and producing reports.  The 
successful candidate will take the responsibility, possibly leading a 
small group of scientists, for one or more specific commissioning 
tasks, which will evolve as the project proceeds, i.e. starting with 
measuring the properties of individual antennas, then testing and 
calibrating the various interferometric observing modes and moving on 
to verifying the quality of the scientific data that ALMA produces. 
 
The role of the ALMA Commissioning Scientist will be to assist the 
Project Scientist and the Deputy Project Scientist in planning and 
executing the scientific commissioning of ALMA. As a member of the 
commissioning team, the successful applicant will work on preparing 
specific test procedures and trouble-shooting them, carrying out 
measurements, processing the data and producing reports. The 
successful candidate will take the responsibility, possibly leading a 
small group of scientists, for one or more specific commissioning 
tasks, which will evolve as the project proceeds, i.e. starting with 
measuring the properties of individual antennas, then testing and 
calibrating the various interferometric observing modes and moving on 
to verifying the quality of the scientific data that ALMA produces. 
The successful applicant will be required to spend significant amount 
of time working at the ALMA sites at OSF (2900m elevation) and 
occasionally at the Array Operations Site (5000m elevation).  A 
successful high altitude medical check is a necessary condition for 
this position. 
 
Resumes with a cover letter specifying the available position of 
interest should be addressed to NRAO, Human Resources Office, 520 
Edgemont Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903 or electronically to 
resumesnrao.edu. Non-specific resumes/applications will not be 
considered. NRAO is an Equal Opportunity Employer - women and minority 
candidates are encouraged to apply. 
 
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CV3682 - Assistant Scientist 
 
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) invites applications 
for a software engineer, computer scientist, astronomer, or physicist 
with experience in astronomical data processing to develop software 
for the Common Astronomy Software Applications (CASA) package.  CASA 
is principally aimed at post-observation data reduction and analysis 
for the Expanded Very Large Array (EVLA) and the Atacama 
Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) projects, and is written 
primarily in C++ under a Python wrapper (for more information on CASA, 
see http://casa.nrao.edu/). 
 
The position, based in Charlottesville, Virginia, is an NRAO Scientist 
position, with 25% of time available to pursue self-directed research. 
The selected individual will work within the team developing the CASA 
software package involving development of the code base and 
interaction with users and representatives of the ALMA and EVLA 
projects that are the main drivers for the software.  There will also 
be substantial interaction with the user community via the NAASC. 
 
For requirements and further information for this opening, please 
visit our Employment page at www.nrao.edu. NRAO is an Equal 
Opportunity Employer - women and minority candidates are encouraged to 
apply. 
 
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ASSISTANT SCIENTIST 
 
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is currently 
under construction in Northern Chile. ALMA will provide an order of 
magnitude, or more, improvement in observational capabilities in the 
millimeter/submillimeter wavelength band and can provide direct 
observations of many important phenomena, from proto-planetary disks 
to high z galaxies.  The North American ALMA Science Center (NAASC), 
located at the NRAO headquarters in Charlottesville, VA, is the portal 
for scientific and technical support of ALMA users in North America. 
 
To build up the NRAO scientific staff at the NAASC to support ALMA 
users and ALMA, we invite applications for one or more Assistant 
Scientist positions in the NAASC.  The primary responsibility of the 
successful candidates initially is to participate in ALMA 
Commissioning and Science Verification (CSV). These positions include 
25% time for independent research.  Commissioning of the first ALMA 
antennas in Chile will commence in 2008, in preparation for early 
science in 2010.  The NAASC is looking for candidates with scientific 
interests that are dependent on ALMA and with experience in short 
wavelength radio astronomy, and who can acquire the requisite 
expertise for long-range user and telescope support at the NAASC. 
 
The duty station is Charlottesville, VA. However, the first few years 
will require substantial time spent in Chile (roughly 30% to 50%), 
training and functioning as part of the CSV team. Successful 
participation in CSV activities in Chile places the candidate in a 
strong position to play a leading role in user and telescope support 
at the NAASC once early science begins, and to capitalize on the 
extraordinary scientific capabilities of ALMA.  An active scientific 
research program is highly encouraged in these positions.  The NRAO 
will provide basic research support, such as computing, scientific 
travel (conferences and observing) and page charges. 
 
The initial term of the appointment is 3 years, starting in the spring 
of 2008.  If renewed after the initial term, the positions are 
expected to be long-term, following the NRAO scientific staff policy. 
Renewal is based on the performance reviews and the availability of 
funds.  The NRAO benefits include vacation accrual, medical insurance, 
retirement benefits, and a moving allowance (see 
http://www.nrao.edu/administration/personnel_office/employeebenefits.pdf). 
 
For exceptional applicants, these appointments may be made at the 
Associate Scientist or Scientist level. 
 
Candidates should have a PhD in astronomy, physics, or a related 
field, and should have a strong plan of independent research. 
 
Applications should include a statement of planned research, a 
description of any software, instrumentation, or telescope 
commissioning experience, a curriculum vitae including a publication 
list, and the names of three scientists who have agreed to provide 
letters of reference upon request. All material should be submitted as 
a single PDF file of the form 
"LastNameFirstInitial.AssistantScientist.pdf" via email 
to:resumesnrao.edu.  Please reference "Assistant Scientist Position 
CV 3463" in the subject line. All applications received by November 
31, 2007, will be given full consideration, but applications will 
continue to be accepted until the positions are filled.  Women and 
minorities are especially encouraged to apply. 
 
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12. Faculty Position In Theoretical High Energy Physics, UCSD 
From: Joan Grohman [jgrohmanphysics.ucsd.edu] 
 
FACULTY  POSITION IN THEORETICAL HIGH ENERGY  PHYSICS 
 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO 
 
The Department of Physics (http://physics.ucsd.edu) at the 
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) invites applications 
for an assistant professorship in theoretical high energy 
physics, starting July 1, 2008. We are, in particular, 
interested in applicants researching physics beyond the 
standard model.  Applicants should have a Ph.D. in physics, an 
outstanding record of research accomplishment, and ability and 
interest in undergraduate and graduate instruction.  Applicants 
should submit via mail only (no emails will be considered) a 
brief statement of their current and future research interests, 
a curriculum vitae, and a list of publications to:  High Energy 
Search Committee, UCSD Department of Physics HET-MW MC-0354, 
9500 Gilman Drive,  La Jolla, CA 92093-0354.  Candidates should 
also arrange to have three letters of reference sent under 
separate cover. Review of applications will begin on January 7, 
2008 and will continue until the position is filled.  Salary 
will be based on published UC pay scales.  UCSD is an equal 
opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong 
institutional commitment to excellence through diversity. 
 
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13. Tenure-Track Astronomer Positions at NRAO 
From: Fonda Bryant [fbryantnrao.edu] 
 
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) invites outstanding 
applicants for one or more tenure-track astronomer positions, 
especially in the areas of time-domain astronomy, solar system 
research, exo-planets, Epoch of Re-ionization, structure formation, 
Dark Energy and Dark Matter.  Candidates will be selected on both the 
basis of excellence in research and on their ability to further the 
mission of the Observatory.  Women and minority candidates are 
encouraged to apply. 
 
The NRAO currently operates the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA), the 
100-m Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT), and the Very Large 
Array. It is also the North American lead in the construction of the 
Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA), and is building the Expanded 
Very Large Array (EVLA).  When completed, around the beginning of the 
next decade, the EVLA and ALMA will be major facilities for addressing 
a broad range of key problems in astronomy and astrophysics.  Looking 
farther beyond, NRAO is increasingly involved in the planning of the 
next generation cm/m-wave facilities in the Square Kilometer Array 
(SKA) program. 
 
The tenure-track astronomer system at the NRAO parallels the tenure 
track systems in research universities, with the support of the 
science mission of the Observatory substituting for teaching. 
However, the Observatory supports the basic research expenses of 
travel, computing and publication costs, workshops and science 
meetings, and has undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral and visitor 
programs.  Ability to serve effectively in a key functional role of 
the Observatory will be one of the criteria for candidate selection. 
Appointments will be considered for Charlottesville, VA, where the 
North American ALMA Science Center is located on the grounds of the 
University of Virginia; for Green Bank, WV, site of the 100-m GBT; and 
for Socorro, NM, the Operations Center for the Very Large Array 
(eventually EVLA) and the Very Long Baseline Array.  There also exist 
collaborative programs with several universities and observatories 
that can facilitate access to other facilities. 
 
The candidates must have a PhD in astronomy, physics, or a related 
field, and an established record of active independent research. Women 
and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. The appointment is 
for an initial period of three years, renewable and with the 
possibility of eventual tenure.  In exceptional cases, a more senior 
appointment can be considered. 
 
Applications should include a statement of research interests and 
plans, a description of relevant skills in support of the operation of 
a national center, a curriculum vitae including a publication list, 
and the names of three scientists who have agreed to send in letters 
of reference. All material should be submitted as a single PDF file of 
the form "LastNameFirstInitial.tenure.pdf" via email to the Director's 
Office (tenurenrao.edu). Letters of reference should be sent 
separately to the same email address. For full consideration, 
applications should be received by December 15, 2007.  For further 
inquiries email Dale Frail (dfrailnrao.edu). 
 
The NRAO is operated by Associated Universities Inc. (AUI) under 
cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation. The NRAO 
is an equal opportunity employer. 
 
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14. Dean of the College of Science. Columbus State University 
From: Zo Webster [zwebsteralumnae.mtholyoke.edu] 
 
Columbus State University (Columbus, GA) is looking for a Dean of the 
College of Science. Perhaps you or someone you know is interested in such a 
position. Please visit our website for more information: 
http://hr.colstate.edu/positions/show_jobs.asp?Type=3D1&Scope=3Dext 
 
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