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Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Tenure-Track Positions Available
The following tenure-track positions are available:
- Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences (Marine Biologist) - review begins 9/19/2022
- Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences (Cell and Molecular Biologist) - review begins 9/30/2022
- Assistant Professor of Biochemistry - review begins 9/30/2022
- Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics/Statistics - review begins 12/7/2022
- Assistant Professor of Mathematics/Applied Mathematics - review begins 12/7/2022
- Assistant Professor of Theoretical Physics of Quantum Matter or Non-Equilibrium Phenomena - review begins 11/4/2022
More information about these and other positions is available on Jobs - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is a national leader in integrating undergraduate research and education. Our faculty research informs student instruction and inquiry-based labs, develops student understanding of the scientific method, and creates student excellence in science and math learning.
The College's vision is to educate the next diverse generation of scientists and mathematicians, as well as a science-literate citizenry, through inclusive teaching and research programs within the departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geological Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy, Science Education, and the program of Environmental Science and Policy. See our mission statement.