Faculty Appointment, Chemistry
Applications are no longer being accepted for this position. For current opportunities, please visit www.carthage.edu/careers
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The Carthage College Department of Chemistry invites applications for a tenure-track appointment beginning August 2014. The successful candidate will join an ACS-certified department and will teach Organic and General Chemistry as well as courses in one’s area of expertise. Applicants should have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, to the development of a productive undergraduate research program, and to the pursuit of external funding to support those efforts. A Ph.D. in organic chemistry is required and postdoctoral experience is preferred.
All Carthage faculty are committed to the liberal arts tradition and interdisciplinary work. The College also values and supports undergraduate research and funds a vigorous summer research program. Beginning in 2014, Carthage will undertake a major renovation of the College’s science facilities. Read more about the new science center.
Carthage was founded in 1847 and is a private college of the liberal arts and sciences. With enrollment of approximately 2,500 full-time and 720 part-time students, Carthage awards degrees in more than 40 subject areas and has a long-standing commitment to educating the whole person by nourishing the intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social, and physical dimensions of students’ lives. Carthage is situated on the Lake Michigan shore, midway between Chicago and Milwaukee and is a focal point in the Kenosha community.
Applicants should provide a cover letter, CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, a research plan suitable for an undergraduate institution, and provide the names of three references to
Prof. Kevin Crosby
Chair, Division of Natural Sciences
The application materials should be in PDF format and should be sent to email@example.com. For best consideration, applications should be received by October 18, 2013.
Carthage College values the diversity of its campus community and encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups.