Associate or Full Professor, Cluster Hire in Carbon-based Electronics and Photonics
Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program, NC State University
The Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program is a cluster hire program that marks the first major initiative of the university's strategic plan, “The Pathway to the Future.” NC State will soon complete its first cohort of twelve clusters that will result in 44 new faculty members. Due to the success of the first cohort of clusters, the Chancellor released a second cohort of eight new clusters that began recruiting in the spring of 2015 which will bring an additional 33 faculty members. Explore the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program and the first cohort of twelve clusters at http://ncsu.edu/workthatmatters.
The Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program is bringing some of the best and brightest minds to join NC State University's interdisciplinary efforts to solve some of the globe's most significant problems. Guided by a strong strategic plan and an aggressive vision, the cluster hiring program is adding new faculty members in select fields to add more breadth and depth to NC State's already-strong efforts. The Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program marks a major initiative of the university's strategic plan, “The Pathway to the Future.” NC State will soon complete its first cohort of twelve clusters with 41 hires to date. This success led to a commitment to establish eight new clusters consisting of 33 additional interdisciplinary faculty hires. We invite you to explore more information about the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program and this cluster at https://facultyclusters.ncsu.edu and https://facultyclusters.ncsu.edu/clusters/carbon-electronics/, respectively.
As part of the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program, the Carbon-based Electronics, Spintronics, and Photonics Cluster at NC State University seeks candidates to fill a Tenured Faculty Position (Associate or Full Professor) with expertise in synthetic materials chemistry. The ideal candidate should be a visionary leader in materials chemistry with demonstrated research excellence in the synthesis and characterization of organic, polymeric, and other carbon-based materials (including hybrids) for electronics, photonics, and related technologies. Priority will be given to candidates that have demonstrated interdisciplinary collaborations that cut across academic units and are able to generate the requisite research funding necessary for supporting these activities.
Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Chemistry or related discipline from an accredited institution. The successful candidate will have extensive experience teaching in the University Chemistry curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates must also have experience in the research mentoring of doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows as evidenced through publication of research articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Priority will be given to candidates that have demonstrated interdisciplinary collaborations that cut across academic units.
For more information, to apply visit http://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/74291. A comprehensive review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position may be directed to Dr. Felix Castellano (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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