Biological Anthropologist at California State University, Long Beach

The Department of Anthropology at California State University, Long Beach is happy to announce a tenure track position in Biological Anthropology at the Assistant Professor rank. Successful candidates must have completed their Ph.D. by August 1, 2020. The faculty member is expected to teach undergraduate classes in support of anthropology and human development majors. Please see the full position description for examples. The applicants’ research area is open but ideal candidates will demonstrate experience working with living human populations and solid foundation in evolutionary theory and biological and biocultural theories and methods. We are particularly interested in applicants committed to undergraduate teaching, graduate student mentoring and the ability to involve students in research projects. Applicants whose work and experience demonstrates a strong commitment to the success of diverse students are particularly encouraged to apply. 

For a full description of the position and information on how to apply, please go to the following link:

Our department is dedicated to student learning and creating opportunities for hands-on, real life research experiences that advance career and graduate school opportunities. We seek to foster an environment within which faculty can conduct meaningful research, collaborate on shared goals and build partnerships across the university.