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(incl. Neotectonics, Tectonophysics and anything close)


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Institution - Position - Application Deadline - Publication
Juniata College - Structure - November 20, 2000 - Geotimes 45, #10
Univ Arizona - Structure/Tectonics - January 2001 - EOS 81, #42
Washington Univ - Geodynamics - December 31, 2000 - EOS 81, #42
Univ Nevada LV - Crustal geophysics - January 8, 2001 - EOS 81, #42
Univ Missouri - Solid earth geophysics - January 5, 2001 - EOS 81, #42
Ball State Univ - Structural Petrology - November 27, 2000 - EOS 81, #41
Lewis-Clark State College - Hard Rock geology - October 16, 2000 - EOS 81, #41
Purdue Univ - Neotectonics - December 15, 2000 - EOS 81, #40
WHOI - Structure/dynamics - November 15 - below
Tennessee Tech - Neotectonics - December 1, 2000 - mailing
Cal State Univ - Neotectonics - November 1, 2000 - EOS 81, #37
St Cloud State Univ - struct/tect/geophys - November 3, 2000 - EOS 81, #37
Kansas State Univ - petrology/tectonics - November 27, 2000 - below
Univ. Wisconsin - Seismology/Tectonics - September 15, 2000 - EOS 81, #35
Middlebury College - Structural Geology - November 6, 2000 - below
Southern Methodist Univ - Geodynamics - November 1, 2000 - below
Baylor Univ. - Structural Geology - November 30, 2000 - below
Bryn Mawr College - Structural Geology - December 10, 2000 - below
Univ. Western Ontario (Canada) - "Tenure-track for Women" Faculty - August 1, 2000 - EOS 81, #22
Univ. Papua New Guinea - (Sr.) Lecturer - June 30, 2000 - EOS 81, #21

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Coastal/Margins Processes. The Department of Geology & Geophysics at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution invites applications for tenure track or tenured scientific staff positions at the Assistant, Associate or Senior Scientist level in any one of the following areas of research: (1) structure and deformation of the lithosphere at divergent and/or convergent margins, (2) sediment dynamics including fluid-particle interactions, geological fluid dynamics, and process-oriented coastal and marine geology, and (3) the flux of fluids through margins, including groundwater and deeper sourced fluids.

Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will be encouraged to capitalize on the the strengths of existing groups in lithospheric deformation, seismology, geochemistry and climate, and will be expected to establish externally funded research programs. The level of appointment will depend on background and experience; Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required. Opportunities exist for participation in our graduate education program, the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography.

Review of applications will begin November 15, 2000. Send a Curriculum Vitae, a statement of research interests and names and addresses of four references to: Human Resources, MS#15, Box 54PJG87,, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543. 

For more information on WHOI, see http://www.whoi.edu 


KANSAS STATE

The Department of Geology at Kansas State University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to start August, 2001. We are looking for a productive geoscientist with expertise in petrology, with preference given to applicants with an interest in field-based applications of petrology to tectonic problems. The successful candidate will be expected to teach mineralogy, petrology, and other courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, and to develop an active, externally funded research program that will complement those of the current faculty (see our web site for details: http://www.ksu.edu/geology ). The Ph.D. in geology is required.

Kansas State University is located in the tall-grass prairie of the FlintHills in northeastern Kansas, and has state-of-the-art laboratory facilities that include new SEM and stable-isotope ratio mass spectrometer labs, GIS and remote sensing, and other capabilities (see links to other K-State departments from our web site). K-State is ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a Doctoral/Research-Extensive university. Applications should be received by November 27, 2000, and should include a letter of application, a resume and publication list, a statement of teaching interests, a list of equipment needs, and a description of research proposal ideas. In addition, applicants should arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation sent to:

Jack Oviatt, Department of Geology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506-3201 (Tel: 785.532.6724; FAX: 785.532.5159; Email: joviatt@ksu.edu ). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY/TECTONICS/MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE
 The Geology Department invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor (ABD) in structural geology, beginning September 2001. Candidates should provide evidence of commitment to excellent teaching and scholarly potential. They should have a strong field and theoretical background in structural geology and also have a solid foundation in tectonics. The successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory geology, first-year seminars, structural geology, tectonics and/or petrology, and participate in upper level seminars. Duties will also include supervision of senior theses as part of a strong student/faculty research program. The department runs a field-oriented program centered around the geology of the Appalachian and Adirondack mountain systems.
The department has SEM, XRD and ICAP lab facilities, access to a GIS laboratory, a modern, we-equipped research vessel on Lake Champlain, and up-to-date computer facilities, including a Silicon Graphics workstation and access to a high-speed network. The department moved into a new state-of-the-art science facility in the fall of 1999.
Applicants should send letter of application, statement of teaching interests, curriculum vitae, graduate transcript, a sample of scholarly work and three current letters of recommendation, at least two of which must speak to teaching ability, to: Raymond A. Coish, Chair,
Geology Department, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT 05753. Review of applications will begin November 6, 2000.
Middlebury College is an equal opportunity employer, and it encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.


BAYLOR UNIVERSITY/STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
 The Department of Geology at Baylor University invites applications for an assistant professor to teach structural geology as part of an
 on-going program in petroleum geology. A Ph.D. in geology or a related discipline is required at the time of appointment. Responsibilities will
 include introductory and advanced instruction in structural geology, supervision of graduate research and the development of an active
 research program. Applications for this tenure-track position will be reviewed beginning August 30, 2000, and will be accepted until the
 position is filled. To ensure full consideration, your application must be completed by November 30, 2000.
    Applicants should submit a letter of application addressing qualifications and experience, a curriculum vitae, description of teaching and
 research interests, transcripts of academic work, and the names of three professional references to: Dr. Thomas Goforth, Department of
 Geology, P.O. Box 97354, Baylor University, Waco, TX 76798. Phone: (354)710-2361. E-mail: Tom_Goforth@baylor.edu. Fax:
 (254)710-2673. The Baylor geology web site is http://www.baylor.edu/~Geology.
    Baylor is a Baptist university affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer,
 Baylor encourages minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities to apply. 


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERISTY
 The Department of Geological Sciences at Southern Methodist University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the broad
 areas of surficial processes or geodynamics. We seek creative applicants with an excellent understanding of fundamental physical principles
 and processes and a demonstrated ability to apply that understanding in a quantitative manner to important problems in the Earth sciences.
 The department seeks an individual who will complement existing strengths in one or more of the following areas: geochemistry,
 petrology/tectonics, geophysics, planetary dynamics and terrestrial paleoecology. We anticipate making the appointment at the assistant
 professor level with the appointment to begin no later than fall, 2001. Applicants are required to have a Ph.D. by the beginning of the fall 2001
 semester. The successful candidate will be expected to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervise graduate research, and
 establish an externally funded research program in his or her field of expertise. The committee will begin its review of the applications on or
 about November 1, 2000. To ensure full consideration, the application should be postmarked by November 1, 2000. Candidates should submit
 their curriculum vitae, names and addressees of three references and a written statement of teaching and research interests to: Dr. Lee
 McAlester, Chair, Department of Geological Sciences, P.O. Box 0395, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas 75275-0395. Email:
 geol@mail.smu.edu and Web site: http://www.geology.smu.edu
 SMU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity/Title IX employer. 


Assistant Professor - Structural Geology
The Department of Geology at Bryn Mawr College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning Semester I, 2001. Areas of preferred expertise are structural geology and/or tectonics. Candidates could also be interested in fields such as neotectonics, geophysics, fluid flow, remote sensing, GIS, and/or modeling, to complement our existing programs in paleontology, petrology/mineralogy, sedimentology and Quaternary geology. The individual is expected to contribute to our interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences Concentration and add depth to our joint graduate program with the University of Pennsylvania. The person will direct undergraduate and graduate research projects and conduct an active research program. Teaching responsibilities will include structural geology and an introductory physical geology course, as well as undergraduate and graduate courses in the candidates field(s) of expertise. Demonstrated teaching ability and a Ph.D. at the time of appointment are required.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, and at least 3 letters of recommendation.

Applications should be sent to:
Structure Search
Prof. M. L. Crawford
Department of Geology
Bryn Mawr College
101 N. Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 U.S.A.

Preliminary interviews (not required) will be conducted at the GSA annual meeting in Reno. Review of applications will begin Dec. 10, 2000.

Bryn Mawr College is a liberal arts college for women with coeducational graduate programs in sciences, some humanities and social work. The College provides a rigorous education in the context of a diverse and pluralistic scholarly community and participates in consortial programs with the University of Pennsylvania, Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges. Bryn Mawr College is an equal-opportunity, affirmative action employer. Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Learn more: Applicants are strongly encouraged to read more about the department and the college by following links from the Geology Home page. Of particular interest may be departmental facilities and resources. For a quick overview, see Facts and Figures about Bryn Mawr College. The Faculty Handbook contains details regarding the appointments process, benefits and responsibilities of an Assistant Professor. See also Philadelphia and the Region.



Lecturer in Structural Geology - School of Geosciences (Reference No. A05/000194)

The School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney is one of the
leading centres for teaching and research in geology and geophysics in
Australia.  We seek to hire a structural geologist with broad
interests in the field.  They will have research skills in
deformational structures and processes in both brittle and ductile
regimes, and should have interests in tectonics and basin evolution.
The successful applicant will be field-oriented, with expertise in
quantitative data analysis.  Familiarity with geophysical techniques
used in structural basin analysis and marine surveying is desirable,
as is competence in numerical structural and tectonic modelling.

Applicants must have a Ph.D., postdoctoral experience, peer-reviewed
publications in international journals and proven research
achievements in the field of structural geology.  They must have a
demonstrated ability to teach structural geology and tectonics at all
levels, be able to work cooperatively with others and provide evidence
of potential for future development. Since the successful candidate
will be responsible for the running of undergraduate field mapping
excursions, applicants must be able to demonstrate competence in
geological mapping and hold a current driver's licence.

The successful candidate will be expected to liaise with
representatives of the minerals and energy industries and generate
research funds from those sources.  Hence, candidates with relevant
industry experience will be considered favourably.

The position is full-time continuing from 1 July 2000, subject to the
completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees.
Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a
condition of appointment for new appointees.  For further information
contact Professor Eric Waddell on. (02) 9351 2912, fax (02) 9351 0184
or e-mail: ewaddell@mail.usyd.edu.au

Salary: Lecturer $49,440-$65,999 p.a.

Closing: 30 March 2000

Five copies of the application, which should quote the reference
number, address the selection criteria, and include a CV, a list of
publications, the names, addresses, e-mail, fax and phone numbers of
three confidential referees should be forwarded to: The Personnel
Officer, College of Sciences and Technology, Carslaw Building (F07),
The University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2006, Australia.

The University is a non-smoking workplace and is committed to the
policies and principles of equal employment opportunity and cultural
diversity.  The University reserves the right not to proceed with any
appointment for financial or other reasons.  See http://www.usyd.edu.au/



The Department of Earth Sciences at Simon Fraser University invites
applications for a tenure track assistant professorship in structural
geology commencing September 1, 2000. A PhD is required and previous
research, teaching or industry experience is desirable. It is expected that
the research activities of the successful candidate will complement some
aspect of our existing research interests within the Department. The
successful candidate will develop a field-oriented research program, and
supervise both graduate and undergraduate students. Teaching
responsibilities will include structural geology, field camps and advanced
courses in the appointee's field of expertise. Eligibility for registration
as a professional geoscientist (P.Geo) with the Association of professional
Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) is desirable.

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Simon Fraser
University is committed to the principle of equity in employment and offers
equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. The position is
subject to budgetary approval.

The closing date for applications is January 31, 2000.

Applicants are requested to submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of
research and teaching interests, and the names and addresses of three
referees. Applications or  requests for further information should be
directed to:

Dr. E.J. Hickin
Chair, Department of Earth Sciences
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Phone: 604-291-4657; Fax:604-291-4198
E-mail: hickin@sfu.ca
http://www.sfu.ca/earth-sciences/



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Queen's Univ. (Ontario) - Structural Geology - April 21, 2000 - EOS 81, #11
Buffalo State College - "Hard Rock" - March 15, 2000 - EOS 81, #9
Univ. Sydney (Austr) - Structural Geology - March 30, 2000 - below
Simon Fraser University (Can) - Structural Geology - January 31, 2000 - below
Scripps Inst. - Earth Processes - March 1, 2000 - EOS 80, #51
Univ. Alaska - Crustal Dynamics - February 1, 2000 - EOS 80, #51
Indiana University -Tectonophysics - January 31, 2000 - below
Tulane University - Tectonics - January 15, 2000 - EOS 80, #47
College of Charleston - Structural Geology - January 1, 2000 - EOS 80, #46
National Science Foundation - Tectonics "Rotater" - now - EOS 80, #46
Univ. Nevada, Las Vega$ - Tectono-Sedimentology - January 3, 2000 - EOS 80, #46
Rice University - Structural Geology - January 15, 2000 - EOS 80, #46
Saint Louis Univ. - Tectonics/Tectonophysics - January 31, 2000 - below
Purdue Univ. - Crustal Geophysics - January 3, 2000 - EOS 80, #45
Univ. Oregon - Tectonic Geomorphology - December 1, 1999 - below
Univ. S. California - Tectonics - January 1, 2000 - EOS 80, #44
Eastern Washington Univ. - Structural Geology - February 1, 2000 - EOS 80, #41
Yale Univ. - Active Tectonics - September 30, 1999 - GSA Today 9, #10
Southern Methodist Univ. - Neotectonics - December 1, 1999 - EOS 80, #41
Miami Univ. (OH) - Active Tectonics - January 7, 2000 - EOS 80, #40
Univ. Cambridge (UK) - Tectonics - November 8, 1999 - EOS 80, #40
Oklahoma State Univ. - Field Geology - December 1, 1999 - EOS 80, #40
Arizona State Univ. - Tectonics (December 1, 1999) - EOS 80, #40
SUNY-Cortland - Structural Geology (January 1, 2000) - below
University of Michigan - Landform Evolution/Neotectonics (January 1, 2000) - below
James Cook University (Australia) - Structural Geology (October 20, 1999) - below
Univ. North Carolina - Active Tectonics (November 1, 1999) - EOS 80, #39
Northern Arizona Univ. - Tectonics/Basin Analysis (November 1, 1999) - EOS 80, #39
Western Washington Univ. - Neotectonics (November 1, 1999) - EOS 80, #36
Univ. South Carolina - Orogenic Systems (October 15, 1999) - EOS 80, #36
Univ. Cape Town (S. Africa) - Structural Geology (September 28, 1999) - below
Wesleyan Univ. - Stratigraphy/Structure (November 1, 1999) - EOS 80, #39
GFZ Potsdam (Germ) - Structure/Geodynamics PDF - EOS 80, #23
MIT - Crustal Geophysics - EOS 80, #23
USGS - Geologist - EOS 80, #23
UC Santa Barbara - Director/Professor Inst. Crustal Studies (July 15, 1999) - EOS 80, #21
Penn State Univ. - Geodynamics s.l. (until filled) - EOS 80, #16
Univ. Birmingham (UK) - Structure/(neo)Tectonics (April 15, 1999) - below
Univ. North Carolina/CH - hazards/neotectonics (March 22, 1999) - EOS 80, #7
Univ. Toledo - GIS/structure (February 15, 1999) - EOS 80, #6
Univ. Maine - Structural Geology (April 5, 1999) - below
Dalhousie University (Canada) - Tectonics (March 31, 1999) -- below
Univ. Arizona - Tectonics (January 15, 1999) - EOS 79, #48
IGNS (New Zealand) - Crustal Dynamics (January 4, 1999) - EOS 79, #48

UC Davis - Active Tectonics/Structure (January 15, 1999)- EOS 79, #48
Univ. Alberta - Structural Geology (January 1, 1999) - below
Leeds Univ. (UK) - Tectonophysics (January 8, 1999) - below
Laurentian Univ. - Structural Geology (January 15, 1999) - EOS 79, #46
Univ. Alberta (Can) - Structural Geologist (September 15, 1999) - EOS 80, #23
George Mason Univ. - Structure (December 15, 1998) - below
Syracuse Univ. - Tectonics (December 15, 1998) - EOS 79, #45
Washington&Lee Univ. - Struct/Tectonophysics (December 15, 1998) - EOS 79, #45
Univ. Minnesota, Morris - Structure/Geophysics (January 11, 1999) - EOS 79, #43
Lehigh Univ. - Active Tectonics (December 15, 1998) - EOS 79, #43
Rice Univ. - Field Geology (November 15, 1998) -EOS 79, #41
Arizona State Univ. - Geophysics/Crustal Dynamics (December 1, 1998) - EOS 79, #41
New Mexico State Univ. -Structure/Tectonics (December 4, 1998) - below
Univ. of Toronto -Structural Geology (January 15, 1999) - below
Eastern Illinois Univ. - Structure/Tectonics (January 15, 1999) - EOS 79, #40
Wittenberg Univ. (OH) - Structure/Sedimentology (January 15, 1999) - EOS 79, #40
SUNY Buffalo - Structure/Geophysics (December 20, 1998) - EOS 79, #40
Kansas State Univ. - Tectonics/Geophysics (November 9, 1998) - below
New Mexico SU - Structure/Tectonics (December 4, 1998) - EOS 79, #38
James Cook Univ. (Austr) - Lecturer (October 31, 1998) - below
Univ. Maryland - Structure/(neo)Tectonics (December 11, 1998) - below
Louisiana State Univ. - Chair (December 15, 1998) - below
Univ. Vermont - Structure/Active Tectonics (December 15, 1998) - below
Texas Tech Univ. - Structure/Tectonics (January 15, 1999) - EOS 79, #35
Victoria University, New Zealand - Fellow (October 23, 1998) - below
Oregon Dept. Geology and Mineral Industries - Field geologist (October 15, 1998) - EOS 79, #34
Kansas State - Tectonics (November 9, 1998) - below
Univ. Waterloo (Canada) - Structural Geology (October 15, 1998) - below
Univ. Vermont - Structural Geology/Active Tectonics (December 15, 1998) - below
University of Wales, Aberystwyth - S/T temp lectureship (June 30, 1998) - below
West Virginia University: Structural Geology (August 31, 1998) - below
UCLA - Neotectonics (March 1, 1998) - EOS 79, #21
Lafayette College, PA - Sabbatical replacement (May 11, 1998) - below
UC Santa Barbara - Tectonic Geodesy (June 1, 1998) - EOS 79, #13
Univ. of Western Cape, S. Africa - Structural Geology Postdoc (April 5, 1998) - below
Univ. of Victoria (Canada) - Tectonics/Structural Geology (Feb. 27, 1998) - GSA Today 8, #2
Univ. of Western Australia - (S) Lecturer in Tectonics ( March 20, 1988) - EOS 79, #8
ETH Zurich (Switzerland) - Structural Geology (April 30, 1988) - EOS 79, #8
Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand) - Postdoc (March 1, 1998) - below
Univ. of Liverpool (UK)  - Fault Analysis Research Associates (Feb. 27) - below
Princeton Univ. - Geological Computer Programmer (March 15, 1998) - below
Midland Valley Exploration - several Structural Geologists (now) - below
University of Lausanne (Switzerland) - Structural Geology (Feb. 15) - Geotimes 1/98
Stephen F. Austin State University - Structural Geology (Feb. 15) - Geotimes 1/98
Eastern Connecticut State University - Structural Geology (now) - Geotimes 1/98
Dartmouth College - Neo/Active Tectonics (Jan. 15, 1998) - EOS78, #52
Univ. of Alberta - Structural Geologist (Feb 28, 1998) - below
Middle Tennessee State Univ. - Structural Geology (February 15, 1998) - EOS 78, #50
Univ. of Amherst - Structural Geology (early 1998) - EOS 78, #50
Cambridge Arctic Shelf program - Structural Geologist (Jan. 5, 1998) - below
Princeton Univ. - Surficial and Tectonic Processes (Jan. 31, 1998) - below
ANU - Structural Geology PDF (Dec. 15, 1997) - below
UT Austin - Fracture Analysis PDF (Dec. 5, 1997) - below
Univ. of Oslo - 2 PDFs (november 15, 1997) - below
Princeton Univ. - quantitative structure PDF (late 1997) - below
Rice Univ. - Tectonics s.l. (Jan, 1, 1988) - below
Univ. of New Orleans - Geomodeling (Jan. 31, 1998) - EOS 78, #48
Tulane University - Structural Geology/Tectonics (Jan. 30, 1998) - EOS78, #48
San Francisco State University - Neotectonics/Structural geology (Jan. 15, 1998) - GSA Today 7, #11
Georgia Southern University - Structural geology - Geotimes 11/97
SW Research Institute - Structural geologist - EOS 78, #43
Brigham Young Univ. - Structure/Tectonics (Jan. 1, 1997) - EOS 78, #41
Princeton Univ. - Structure/Tectonophysics PDF (Nov. 15, 1997) - EOS 78, #41
Arizona State - Crustal Dynamics (Dec. 1, 1997) - EOS 78, #41
Univ. of Washington - Surface Geodynamics (Nov. 15, 1997) - EOS 78, #41
Univ. of Oklahoma - Structure Chair (Nov.1 1997) - EOS 78, #40
San Francisco State Univ. - Neotectonics/Structure (Jan. 15, 1998) - EOS 48, #40
Univ. Oklahoma - Structure Chair (Nov. 1, 1997), EOS 78, #39
Bryn Mawr College - Structure/Tectonics (Dec. 9, 1997) - EOS 78, #39
Univ. of Iowa - Structure/Tectonics (Dec. 1, 1997) - GSA Today 7, #9/EOS 78, #41
Mt. Holyoke College - Structural Geology (Jan. 1, 1998) - GSA Today 7, #9
Rice Univ. - Tectonics s.l. (Jan. 1, 1998) - EOS 78, #36
Harvard Univ. - Structure/Seismology PDF (Nov. 31, 1997) - EOS 78, #38
Univ. of S. Carolina - Orogenic systems (Nov. 1, 1997) - EOS 78, #36
Kansas State Univ.- Tectonics (Nov. 15, 1997) - EOS 78, #36
Bowdoin College - Structure/Petrology (Dec. 1, 1997) - EOS 78, #36
Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison - Structure/tectonics (Nov. 7, 97) - EOS 78, #35
Virginia Tech - Active tectonics (early 1998) - EOS 78, #34
Statoil (Norway) - Structural Geology (Fall 1997)
Univ. of Manchester - Saga Lectureship (August 15, 1997)
Colgate University - field-oriented petrology (September 15, 1997)
CSIRO - structural geology postdoc (July 1997)
Exxon - geosciences careers (open)
Univ. Leeds - Structural geologist/geophysicist (Fall 1997)
Univ. of Kopenhagen - Geology/geophysics (Oct. 1, 1997) - EOS 78, #34
Unocal - structure and modeling (several) - EOS 78, #34
Univ. of Missouri-Rolla - Structural geology (Sept. 15, 1997) - GSA Today 7, #7
GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam - Rock mechanics postdoc (Sept. 30, 1997) - EOS 78, #34
UC Berkeley, CA - (neo)Tectonics (January 31, 1997)
University of Michigan, MI - vist ast prof Tectonics (January, 1997)
UC Santa Barbara, CA - Reserach Specialist (January, 1997)
Princeton University, NJ - post doc Structure (March 14, 1997)
Ball State University (February 3, 1997)
Univ of Southern Indiana, IN (February 29, 1997)
Baylor University (starting Fall 1997)
SUNY at Oswego, NY (January 15, 1997)
University of Florida, FL (February 1, 1997)
Tulane University, LA (February 1, 1997)
Kutztown University, PA (February 28, 1997)
Eckerd College, FL (February 15, 1997)
Georgia State University (March 24, 1997)
LDEO, NY - Rock mechanics post-doc (March 3, 1997)
Inst. Earth Sciences, Taipei - faculty and postdoc (March 15, 1997)
Johns Hopkins, MD - Tectonics (March 1, 1997)
Oregon State, OR - Structure/Active Tectonics (March 30, 1997)
MIT, MA - Experimental rock mechanics postdoc (starting March 1, 1997)

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