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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholar Fellow in Chemistry

Texas Christian University
Fort Worth, Texas
The salary is competitive with similar postdoctoral fellowships
Closing date
Feb 18, 2023

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Field of specialization
Inorganic, Organic
Work Function
Research-Basic, Teaching-Undergraduate
Job Type
Full time

Job Details

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Texas Christian University invites applicants for the 2023 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Scholar Fellow.

The Postdoctoral Fellow is responsible for contributing scholarly work to the Department of Chemistry and TCU through research and teaching. The Fellow will lead a multi-investigator project on light-active functional organic materials based on triazine macrocycles. The Fellow will recruit a team of TCU undergraduates to design, simulate, synthesize, and characterize the target macrocycles. This will be carried out in collaboration with undergraduate research programs in modular aqueous-phase macrocycle synthesis (Prof. E. Simanek), computational chemistry simulations (Prof. B. Janesko), and OLED device fabrication (Prof. J. Coffer).

This position is part of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Scholar Fellowship Program, which is designed to recruit emerging scholars from a range of disciplines who are well prepared to use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. The program is part of TCU’s wider commitment to promoting inclusive excellence, furthering the university’s goals for a more diverse faculty and inclusive campus.

The Fellow will have multiple opportunities to establish a record of leadership, scholarship, and student mentoring, to support a pathway to a tenure-track position. The Fellow will be asked to teach one section of an advanced undergraduate course on an area in their specialty.


Texas Christian University embraces the teacher/scholar model. The department, college, and university have uncompromising expectations for excellence in undergraduate instruction. Concomitantly, applicants are expected to develop an independent research career (which does not preclude collaborative efforts) including mentored research opportunities for undergraduates and graduate student training.The Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex offers a rich environment for furthering such activities with a host of leading universities and health science centers including the University of North Texas Health Science Center, the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, the University of Texas at Dallas, and the University of Texas at Arlington. Texas Christian University has repeatedly been recognized as one of the best places to work by the Chronicle of Higher Education making honor roll in categories including collaborative governance, compensation and benefits, confidence in senior leadership, diversity, facilities/workspace/security, job satisfaction, professional development, respect/appreciation, teaching environment, tenure clarity/process and work/life balance.

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