Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Ivory Filter Flask: 12/8/15 edition

A few of the academically-related positions posted on C&EN Jobs:

Durham, NC:  North Carolina Central University is searching for an assistant professor of organic chemistry.

Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University is looking for an assistant professor of analytical or physical chemistry; ASL or the willingness to learn ASL is needed.

Washington, D.C.: George Washington University desires a laboratory operations manager; looks biologically oriented.

Boston, MA: The University of Massaschusetts - Boston is searching for an assistant professor in green chemistry "dedicated to Green Chemistry principles and practices, with a strong record of experimental research in Materials and/or Polymer Chemistry."

University Park, PA: Interesting Penn State position for online general chemistry education; will be fascinating to see if lecturer-type positions like this begin to pop up more often.

Corvallis, OR: Instructor position at Oregon State University; M.S./Ph.D. needed.

The List: The joint ChemBark/Chemjobber 2016 Faculty Jobs List stands at 443 positions, as of Sunday, December 6, 2015. Discussion of the list, advice, etc. is at the open thread. 

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