The Department of Chemistry in the College of Natural Science at Michigan State University (MSU) seeks candidates for three tenure-track faculty positions in organic chemistry, analytical chemistry and the development and application NMR spectroscopy. Highly qualified candidates beyond the rank of assistant professor will also be considered. Each search is open to candidates in all areas of organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and NMR development and applications.
The MSU chemistry department (https://www.chemistry.msu.edu) is undertaking significant faculty hiring over the next several years to build on current strengths that include nationally acclaimed faculty, a talented and diverse student body and impressive instrumentation and other resources to expand into emerging areas of chemistry. In addition, there are exciting campus wide research initiatives on interdisciplinary science and technology, including health-related research.
Successful faculty candidates shall have demonstrated research productivity and evidence of potential for independent research, and are expected to develop a vigorous, externally-funded research program and contribute to excellence in teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate levels in ways that integrate efforts to further diversity and inclusion.
Interested individuals should apply at https://jobs.msu.edu with the following posting numbers for organic (730751), analytical (730750), or NMR (730749). This application site requests specific materials that include a cover letter, CV, synopses of research interests, teaching and mentoring approaches, and the names of three references. Efforts to further diversity and inclusion should be integrated within the research and teaching/mentoring statements. Review of application materials will begin on October 15, 2021 and will continue until suitable candidates are identified.
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