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The SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY of the GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY invites applications for its Analytical Chemistry Lecturer position. The school has vibrant undergraduate and graduate programs, with ~400 undergraduate majors and ~170 graduate students, and an extensive research portfolio. Its faculty, staff, and students participate in a range of dynamic and collaborative research programs and enjoy modern facilities located on a pleasant urban campus in the City of Atlanta, Georgia.
Job Summary The position will provide lecture instruction to undergraduates in the areas of analytical and first year chemistry. It will also provide academic advisement to a group of chemistry and biochemistry majors. Applications from candidates with interests in evidence based instructional methods and chemistry education research are strongly encouraged.Responsibilities
The position will develop and deliver lecture instruction (13-15 credit hours total per year) for undergraduate courses in analytical chemistry (Quantitative Analysis, CHEM 2216, and Analytical Chemistry, CHEM 3216), and first-year general chemistry (CHEM 1310, CHEM 1211K, CHEM 1212K). At least one course in both the Fall and Spring semesters will be in the area of analytical chemistry. The course coverage and assessment tools will be coordinated amongst the other faculty who teach these lectures, and their corresponding laboratories, so that students have a uniform high quality experience regardless of instructor. However, the delivery method is at the discretion of the instructor and we strongly encourage applicants with interests in evidence based instructional methods and chemistry education research. The position will also provide academic advising to 40-50 of our approximately 400 undergraduate majors.
PhD in chemistry.
PhD in chemistry with an emphasis on chemical analysis
Required Documents to Attach
A cover letterCVStatement of teaching philosophyDescription of past experience and/or future plans to promote diversity and inclusion (Attach under Additional Documents)
For additional information contact Prof. Angus P. Wilkinson at: [email protected]
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Three professional letters of recommendation should be sent by your references to [email protected] The position starts on or before January 1, 2023.