Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Ivory Filter Flask: 7/26/16 edition

A few of the academic positions posted at C&EN Jobs: 

Stanford, CA: Stanford University is looking for a senior research safety specialist.

It's that time again: mostly 2017 positions.

Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago is searching for an assistant professor of chemistry. 

Oxford, OH: Miami University has two assistant professor positions open. 

Framingham, MA:  Framingham State University is looking for an assistant professor of analytical or physical chemistry. 

Lausanne, Switzerland: They're searching for assistant professors at Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); looks like one biologically-oriented position, and one broader search. 

Lookout Mountain, GA: Covenant College is looking for a professor of chemistry. I feel like the desired qualifications are kinda broad?: 
The successful candidate would be expected to teach the analytical chemistry/instrumental analysis sequence and the physical chemistry sequence. A background in inorganic chemistry would best complement the current faculty. 
Looks to be an open rank search.

The List: I'm planning on starting the Chemistry Jobs list very, very soon, but Andrew Spaeth has beat me to it, and has started a list here. It's a good one, with 28 positions so far. 

3 comments:

  1. re: The List (to repeat myself): I was going to suggest someone (Chemjobber?) look into setting up an online forum instead of an endless thread of comments in a blog post (1333+). Maybe if there were different discussion threads available CJ wouldn’t have to come in and yell at people for getting off-topic all the time? Anyway I know i’m no expert but it seems there are software options available (eg Wordpress plugins, Proboards.com) and they look not much different from blogging itself.

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    1. What, I'm not an Old Man anymore? (NB I thought it was funny.)

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    2. :) That's what i get for repeating myself. I was probably thinking of "Old man yells at cloud" meme.

      (I've always enjoyed referring to people roughly my age as "old man" though.)

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