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Subject: Position at Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Position at Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

From: Michele Marincola <mm71<-a>
Date: Thursday, April 21, 2005
Professor of Science
Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts
New York University

The Institute of Fine Arts seeks a conservation scientist for a new,
endowed faculty position at the Conservation Center.  Rank and
tenure status will be commensurate with the successful candidate's
experience and potential.

Minimum qualifications include:

Ph.D. in organic, polymer, analytical or physical chemistry,
materials science or engineering, or environmental science; a
substantial research and publication record, or exceptional promise
thereof; evidence of excellence in teaching at both graduate and
undergraduate levels; demonstrated interest in art conservation
research, such as material characterization, authenticity,
provenance, deterioration studies, or research leading to new or
improved conservation materials;  and doctoral or post-doctoral
experience in the science of art conservation.

Candidates at the Full Professor level will be expected to have
active, externally funded programs. Teaching duties will focus on
the core curriculum, as well as one or two elective courses in the
professor's area of specialty.  In addition, the professor will be
encouraged to offer instruction in the science of art conservation
to undergraduate students in NYU's College of Arts and Science.

Position open till filled.  New York University is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  We encourage women and
minority candidates to apply.  Letters of application with
curriculum vitae, list of publications, and names of three referees
should be sent to:

    Professor Michele Marincola
    Sherman Fairchild Chairman
    Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts
    14 East 78th Street
    New York NY 10021

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:51
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Received on Thursday, 21 April, 2005

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