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Professor for Non-Tenure Track Faculty

Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado
Closing date
Jul 7, 2023

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The individual in this position will report to the Department Head of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering (WSCOE) and support the educational mission of the CBE Department in providing high-quality instruction in its undergraduate curriculum. They will be appointed in Chemical and Biological Engineering and will provide intellectual leadership and excellence in teaching undergraduate courses in chemical and biological engineering. In addition, they will carry out academic advising duties for the department’s undergraduate students. The individual in this position will teach/co-teach a maximum of six academic courses per year and advise up to 30 undergraduate students.


The initial rank of the successful candidate will depend on the amount of demonstrated teaching experience. Selected individuals who have more than 6 years of experience will be eligible for Associate Professor; selected individuals who have more than 11 years of experience will be eligible for Full Professor.


In addition to a competitive salary, Colorado State University provides gender-neutral paid parental leave; housing assistance programs; dual career and relocation assistance; support for teaching, research, and faculty development. We are committed to furthering diversity, equity and inclusion within the College and University and encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.


Colorado State University (CSU) seeks a Hazardous Waste Manager to join the Chemical Management Unit (CMU), which is a division under Environmental Health Services (EHS). CSU is a land-grant institution with over 30,000 students and is a Carnegie Research University with an annual research expenditure of $330 million in fiscal year 2011. As a result, CSU generates between 60-65 tons of hazardous waste a year and is registered with EPA as a 90-day large quantity generator (LQG). The University has over 450 active hazardous waste sites with nearly 90% of the waste coming from research and the remaining 10% in support of teaching and university operations.

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