The Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Arkansas invites applications for two (2) tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor and one (1) non-tenure track faculty position at the rank of Teaching Assistant Professor. Details are provided on our webpage: https://chemical-engineering.uark.edu/news-and-events/facultysearch.php
Our department is home to multiple national centers with extensive opportunities for interdisciplinary research collaboration. The Chemical Engineering department is home to 17 faculty members with diverse expertise spanning healthcare, energy, advanced materials, nanotechnology, and sustainability. With over $23 million in endowments, our department also houses 5 endowed chairs and 8 endowed professorships supporting our research, teaching, and service missions.
The University of Arkansas is located in Fayetteville, a welcoming community which has been ranked in the top 10 best places to live by U.S. News & World Report each of the last seven years.
- Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Chemical Engineering or related field conferred by the start of employment
- Excellent communication skills
- Demonstrated potential for high-quality research, securing research funding, generating high-quality publications, teaching, and providing service to the department, university, and profession
- Demonstrated collaborative and interdisciplinary synergy with existing research strengths on-campus and a commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Demonstrated dynamic leadership
- Strong commitment to quality undergraduate and graduate education
- Post-doctoral experience in industry, academics, national lab, etc.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the potential to build a nationally recognized research program and contribute to the mission of the university and department through teaching and service. Chemical Engineering faculty are expected to conduct research leading to scholarly publication, design graduate and undergraduate courses, construct syllabi, lead classroom instruction, write and administer exams, prepare and evaluate students, mentor students, serve on various faculty and student-oriented committees, exhibit participation and leadership in related professional societies and participate in the faculty decision-making for the Department. The department promotes a highly collaborative research environment and seeks applicants who share the vision of solving complex problems through multi- and inter-disciplinary teams.
For further information and HOW TO APPLY, please go to https://chemical-engineering.uark.edu/news-and-events/facultysearch.php
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