Earlier today I sent a job advertisement to MSA Talk regarding the search
for a Director for the Center of Advanced Microscopy and Imaging at Miami
University. The following was omitted from that posting.
Miami is a top-ranked public university for its commitment to excellence in
both undergraduate and graduate education. The Center for Advanced
Microscopy and Imaging is a state-of-the art teaching and research facility
(https://www.miamioh.edu/cas/academics/centers/cami/) that serves faculty,
staff, and students in several departments and colleges with geological,
biological and materials expertise. The center occupies 5400 square feet
of space that was renovated in 2010 and has numerous teaching and
laboratory spaces. Major instrumentation includes two SEM and TEM
microscopes, 2 laser scanning confocal microscopes, deconvolution and
multimode light microscopes, and a fluorescence stereoscope system. The
center also has a range of digital imaging and analysis capabilities.
Professor of Mineralogy/Geochemistry and Graduate Director
Executive Editor of Rocks & Minerals
Department of Geology and Environmental Earth Science
250 South Patterson Ave.
Rm. 118 Shideler Hall
Oxford, OH 45056