California State University San Bernardino
About California State University San BernardinoCalifornia State University San Bernardino is situated 70 miles east of Los Angeles and is within easy driving distance of the ski resorts in the San Bernardino Mountains, San Gabriel Mountains, and the beaches of the southern California coast. CSUSB has almost 20,000 students and approximately 325 chemistry majors. The university is a minority and Hispanic serving institution and enthusiastically embraces diversity. The department focuses on undergraduate teaching, advising, and is research-active. Students routinely present their research with their faculty mentors at local and national meetings and also publish in peer reviewed journals. Several faculty members and their students conduct exciting interdisciplinary research in collaboration with colleagues in neighboring departments such as physics, biology, and health sciences. A M.S. program in Earth & Environmental Sciences is co-hosted with the Department of Geological Sciences. There are 12 full-time tenure-track faculty members in the chemistry department, 12 temporary part-time lecturers, and 4 full-time support staff members. A comprehensive array of chemical instrumentation and a well-supplied stockroom is available for teaching and research. Generous benefits are provided and the University participates in the California Public Employee Retirement System. CSUSB is listed among the best colleges and universities in the western United States, according to The Princeton Review, Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.
1 job with California State University San Bernardino
Candidate will teach undergraduate chemistry courses, help develop a MS in Materials Science, and establish an externally funded research program.