Anderson University (South Carolina) and the College of Arts and Sciences invite applications for a full-time, nine-month faculty member in the area of Chemistry. The position is full-time, nine-month with a start date of January or August 2022. An earned doctorate in chemistry or a related discipline from a regionally accredited institution is preferred; an ABD or master’s degree will be considered. Experience teaching at the undergraduate level is also preferred. Screening will begin immediately and continue until the job is filled. Faculty rank and status will be determined at the time of appointment based upon the degrees, experience, and record of scholarship.
The faculty member will be expected to teach undergraduate organic chemistry classes. Chemistry faculty maintain a teaching load of 24 credit hours per academic year, supervise undergraduate research projects, and advise.
Anderson University is Located in South Carolina’s Upstate region, in a growing and thriving community with award-winning public schools with convenient access to major cities and year-round outdoor recreation. AU is an academic community affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, providing a challenging education grounded in the liberal arts, enhanced by professional and graduate programs and a co-curricular focus on the development of character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement. An innovative, entrepreneurial, premier comprehensive, liberal arts institution, faculty at AU are committed to the integration of faith and learning.
Applicants must submit a digital cover letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, unofficial copies of their relevant graduate coursework, and an AU faculty application (https://andersonuniversity.edu/resources/hr/employment/assistant-or-associate-professor-chemistry) to:
Susan Kratko, Administrative Assistant, College of Arts and Sciences
Anderson, SC 29621
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