Tufts University, Department of Chemistry is seeking a full-time Lecturer to assume a prominent role in our undergraduate teaching program. The ideal candidate is someone who enjoys working closely with students and possesses an ability to explain organic chemistry concepts to students with a range of educational backgrounds. Full-time Lecturers at Tufts are full faculty members in the department and contribute to our teaching, academic advising, and service missions. They are also eligible for advancement and promotion.
Primary responsibilities will include teaching introductory-level Organic Chemistry lecture and laboratory courses, as well as curriculum development for lecture and laboratory courses in collaboration with other Tufts Chemistry faculty and staff. The position will also provide opportunities to teach graduate-level courses in subjects of the Lecturer’s expertise, such as Organic Spectroscopy, Physical Organic Chemistry, or other related subjects. The successful candidate will also demonstrate interest or experience in pedagogical innovations in lecture and lab courses to promote equity and inclusion and to enhance student learning and retention in STEM.
The position will start on Janurary 15, 2023 when the successful candidate will teach second semester Organic Chemistry 2 lecture and laboratory courses (Chem 52 and 54, respectively). The first day of classes is Janurary 18, 2023.
Individuals must possess a Ph.D. in Chemistry with experience in organic synthesis, physical organic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, chemical biology, or related areas. Prior teaching experience and/or knowledge of modern, equitable teaching practices are preferred, but all candidates with a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching are encouraged to apply.
All application materials must be submitted via Interfolio at apply.interfolio.com/111762. Please submit a cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation submitted by recommenders directly to Interfolio. Please include a statement that describes your teaching experiences, your ideas for improving undergraduate chemistry education in lecture and laboratory settings, and your approaches to ensuring students from diverse backgrounds succeed in undergraduate chemistry courses.
Questions about the position may be directed to Justin.Cronin@tufts.edu. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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