Academic Job 12

Syracuse University
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry at Syracuse University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the areas of organic chemistry with a leading interest in bioorganic, medicinal, or polymer/materials chemistry starting in the fall of 2018, with the possibility of an earlier start date. The Chemistry Department of Syracuse University, within the College of Arts and Sciences, is committed to exceptional core education in the liberal arts and excellence in research and scholarship. Many resources, facilities, and collaboration opportunities exist within the Department, College, University, and neighboring institutes, including the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute, Cornell University, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse VA Medical Center, and SUNY-ESF.

A Ph.D. in Chemistry or related area and relevant postdoctoral experience is required for consideration.

Successful candidates are expected to establish an active, externally funded research program and to demonstrate excellence in graduate and undergraduate teaching, particularly in organic chemistry-related courses.. For full consideration, candidates must complete an online application and electronically attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a description of research interests, a statement of teaching philosophy and contact information for three processional references.

To apply, go to (job #073404). Review of applications will start on October 16, 2017. Please direct questions to chair of the search committee, Professor Yan-Yeung Luk ( Syracuse University was part of the 2010 NSF-ADVANCE cohort and maintains its commitment to diversity and excellence in STEM and across the University. The department seeks candidates whose research, teaching, or service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution.
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