Assistant, Associate or Full Professorship in Chemical Catalysis
Proposed Start Date
Tenure-track, 9-month, full-time
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering seeks a tenure-track faculty position in chemical catalysis at the assistant, associate or full professor level. This person joins 19 collegial, supportive and diverse faculty. He/she will have the opportunity to directly engage in significant interdisciplinary collaborations including the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals and the Bioeconomy Institute at ISU. Responsibilities will include training of graduate students as well as undergraduate education and service activities.
The chemical catalysis search seeks candidates in the areas of catalysis or catalytic materials synthesis. Interest in converting biorenewable molecules is highly desirable.
Iowa State University and the College of Engineering are invested in increasing the participation of those traditionally underrepresented among engineering faculty. In this we benefit from funding from NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation, Innovation Through Institutional Integration and Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate.
Full Professor: In addition to the qualifications mentioned above, candidates must also have internationally recognized scholarship.
Applications must be submitted electronically to vacancy ID #110555 at www.iastatejobs.com. If you have questions regarding this vacancy, please contact Professor Kurt Hebert (email@example.com, 515-294-6763).
Qualified applicants should complete the application and attach a letter of application, curriculum vita, statements of research and teaching interests, and contact information for at least three references. For full consideration please submit application by January 1, 2012. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. If you have questions regarding this application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.