The Department of Biobehavioral Health at The Pennsylvania State University (  is seeking applications for a postdoctoral scholar to join the Rosinger Lab investigating human variation in water needs, water insecurity, and the effects of water and dietary intake and hydration on risk of disease and malnutrition. Candidates for this position should have experience with fieldwork and quantitative data analysis, along with expertise in the field of human biology/biological anthropology, medical anthropology, nutrition, or epidemiology. Experience with statistical analysis of complex datasets is a plus. The postdoctoral scholar will spend some time in the field in Bolivia and/or Kenya. Experience with water quality analysis is not necessary but viewed positively. The anticipated start date for the position is as early as during Fall 2017, and as late as June 201 8. The initial contract will be for one year, with expectation of renewal for a second year based on satisfactory performance. Qualified candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or have completed all of the requirements for a Ph.D. by the time of appointment. Please direct questions regarding this postdoctoral opportunity to Asher Rosinger ( To apply for this position, visit and submit 1) a 2 page cover letter that explicitly discusses research experience and future goals, 2) your CV, 3) the names and contact information of three people who can be contacted for letters of reference, and 4) up to three of your publications. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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The University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Anthropology seeks to hire a Biological Anthropologist at the level of Assistant Professor. We seek an integrative biological anthropologist with research interests in the evolutionary biology of human and/or non-human primates, focusing on the intersection of health, disease, and environment. Research areas could include but are not limited to: behavioral, nutritional or reproductive ecology; physiology or morphology of growth and development; metabolism; and ecological immunology. This hire will amplify the department’s growing focus on health, strengthen bridges between cultural and biological anthropology, and add to the department’s commitment to a holistic view of anthropology. We are looking for a theoretically motivated researcher, with a track record of external funding and publication, and preferably an established field research site. We are interested in a scholar whose research complements existing faculty, will help build our BA, MA, and PhD programs, and demonstrates an openness to interdisciplinary collaboration and the ability to engage cross–campus linkages. Note2 : Doctoral Degree or ABD by time of appointment.

Note 3: Applicants who are selected for interviews must be able to show proof that they will be eligible and qualified to work in the United States by time of hire. Note 4: UTSA is a tobacco-free campus. Note 5: UTSA is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Note 6: This is a security sensitive position. Employment is contingent upon a successful background check. Note 7: Applicants must submit: 1.Letter of Application 2.Curriculum Vitae 3.Reference List 4.Sample of Work 1 (See Special Notes to Applicants)


TT Assistant Professor in Human Biological Anthropology at UC Riverside

The Department of Anthropology invites applications for a tenure-track position in human biological anthropology beginning July 1, 2018. We seek applications from broadly trained biological anthropologists who are concerned with human health via diet, nutrition, disease, adaptability, and plasticity (i.e., developmental plasticity, neuroplasticity, epigenetics) in contemporary living populations with a regional focus in the Americas, Asia, or Southeast Asia. This position will strengthen the department’s combination of science and social science to better understand humanity’s health and well-being from a broad, cross-cultural perspective. The position may include regional crossovers (African American Studies, Asian Studies, Chicano Studies, Ethnic Studies, Hispanic Studies, Southeast Asian Studies) and campus-wide connections made via the Medical School, Biology, Environmental Sciences, and Neuroscience. The successful candidate will be expected to teach lower-division anthropology courses as well as upper-division and graduate courses in the field of specialization. A PhD in Anthropology is required by the start of appointment July 1, 2018. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with education and experience.