Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Ivory Filter Flask: 10/6/15 edition

A few of the academic positions posted on C&EN Jobs this week:

New Haven, CT: Yale's Chemical Biology Institute is hiring an assistant professor.

La Jolla, CA: UCSD has posted a minor raft of positions, including an assistant professor position in synthetic chemistry.

Miami, FL: Florida International University desires an assistant professor in radiochemistry. "A Ph.D. in Chemistry or a related field and experience with research in nuclear chemistry or radiochemistry are required." A little unusual, for sure.

Ames, IA: Iowa State University is searching for an assistant professor of structural biology.

Asheville, NC: UNC Asheville is looking for an assistant professor of biochemistry.

Tampa, FL: Synthetic postdoc opening at the University of South Florida. 


  1. Hi CJ, I was curious -no real secret agenda- if you have any idea of the break-down of people reading and commenting on your blog. For example,
    industrial job seekers vs employed industrial chemists?
    tenured vs untenured vs tenure track faculty vs academic job seekers?
    ACS employees vs volunteers concerned about job market?

    1. I've always threatened to do a survey, but I've never gotten around to it. It's a little bit of everything, so far as I can tell (e-mails, etc.) I don't think I have a lot of readers on 16th Street.