#UCDavis CBS Dean Candidate #3: Public Talk at 2:15 Today

Posting this which I got by email. Please consider attending if you have any connection to the College of Biological Sciences.

Dear Colleagues in CBS,

This is a reminder that the last Dean candidate (candidate D) will visit campus tomorrow Wednesday, March 16 and Thursday,March 17. Please attend the public forum. Thank you for your participation and input.

The CV for candidate D is available from the provost’s website: http://provost.ucdavis.edu/initiatives-and-activities/activities/er/index.html

Please attend the Dean Candidate Public Forum!

Wednesday MARCH 16

2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.

Presentation Topic: Role of Biological Sciences in Research and Higher Education in the 21st Century

PLACE: Room 1030 in Gladys Valley Hall- see attached map for location of building

And map of the first floor- NOTE, in different lecture hall from last time.

Valley Hall is just south of Med Sci 1B. Valley Hall is in the Veterinary College complex. Please see attached map. The lecture hall is on the first floor- see pdf of floor map.

It is only a short walk from the parking lot by the stadium/genome center. I suggest carpooling, biking or walking. Bring a colleague along with you!

We value your input regarding the candidates. You may submit them directly to Provost Hexter at deancbssearch. Or you may submit them to any member of the Recruitment Advisory Committee, or to me Judy Callis (jcallis) or to the chair of the committee Dean Lairmore (mdlairmore). Comments regarding all candidates are due 72 hours after this visit.

After the last candidate, the audio recordings for all candidates will be available from the provost’s website.

Go to http://provost.ucdavis.edu/ On the left is "Executive Recruitments" Click on "Dean-College of Biological Sciences". The cvs are and audio recordings will be accessible from the menu on the right.

Valley Hall, Print Floor 1.pdf

Gladys Valley Hall map.pdf

About Jonathan Eisen

I am an evolutionary biologist and a Professor at U. C. Davis. (see my lab site here). My research focuses on the origin of novelty (how new processes and functions originate). To study this I focus on sequencing and analyzing genomes of organisms, especially microbes and using phylogenomic analysis

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