Endowed Chair Professor Location:
Atlanta, Georgia Regular/Temporary:
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The SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY of the GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY invites applications from highly accomplished scientists at the Associate or Full Professor levels for a tenured faculty position supported by endowed chairs. While all areas of research will be considered for exceptional candidates, a focus on theoretical and computational chemistry, biomolecular or bioanalytical chemistry, synthetic or polymer chemistry, quantum science, or energy and catalysis are preferred. The School has vibrant undergraduate and graduate programs and an extensive research portfolio, with more than 350 undergraduate majors, 150 graduate students, and 80 postdoctoral researchers and technical staff members. Its faculty, staff, and students participate in a wide range of exciting and collaborative research programs aided by extensive modern facilities on a dynamic urban campus in the Midtown section of Atlanta, Georgia.
Job Summary We invite applications from highly accomplished scientists at the Associate or Full Professor levels for a tenured faculty position supported by endowed chairs. While all areas of research may be considered for exceptional candidates, a focus on theoretical and computational chemistry, biomolecular or bioanalytical chemistry, synthetic or polymer chemistry, quantum science, or energy and catalysis is preferred. Candidates are expected to demonstrate an exceptional commitment to the teaching and mentoring of trainees. This position has components of education, scientific research, and service, as a member of the academic faculty at Georgia Tech.Responsibilities
The occupant of this position will conduct will conduct and supervise research, secure external funding for this research, publish its results in peer-reviewed journals, teach undergraduate and graduate students in these areas, mentor trainees and younger colleagues, and serve on designated committees
Outstanding record of funding and publication of original scientific research; evidence of service and impact beyond one’s home institution; evidence of attention to diversity, equity, and inclusion; evidence of effective mentoring of research trainees and of effective classroom teaching.
Required Documents to Attach
cover letter summarizing your interest in the positioncurriculum vitaedescription of research plans, particularly if future plans differ significantly from past effortsdescription of teaching interests and philosophydescription of past experience and/or future plans to promote diversity and inclusion
For additional information contact Dr. M.G. Finn at: [email protected]
Equal Employment Opportunity
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The position starts in the summer or fall of 2022, although other schedules may be accommodated.
At least three confidential letters of recommendation are to be submitted by the letter-writers via electronic mail to [email protected], with the candidate’s name in the subject line.