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AMS 159Final exam report (1)

AMS 159Final exam report (1) - AMS/EnvS/HUM 159 Nature and...

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AMS/EnvS/HUM 159: Nature and World Cultures SJSU SPRING 2009 Take-Home FINAL EXAM  due online no later than  10:00 pm  on  Thursday, May 21, 2009 The five essay questions are worth 40 points each, for a total of 200 points You must  reference course readings and/or films in all of your answers;  you may also incorporate internet references or findings in your responses. 1. You are a member of an Academic Search Committee at a major university that is recruiting an ethnobiologist or an  ethnoecologist. Your job is to write the job description to advertise the position. You are personally interested in having  the candidate work in the part of the world that most interests you.  Write a 200-250 word position description which  includes the following aspects: a. The type of academic training you expect the candidate to have; b. The type of research you want the candidate to focus on; c. The inter-cultural skills you expect from the candidate; d. The type of field expertise you expect the candidate to possess at this juncture in their career; e. The type of courses you expect the candidate to have taught; f. Other key points relevant to the job description.
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