Monday, August 20, 2012

TT at University of Tennessee at Martin

One tenure-track Assistant Professor in Physics position starting August 1, 2013 is open at The University of Tennessee at Martin and an earned Ph.D. in Physics is required.  Candidates with coursework completed toward a doctorate and significant progress in their dissertation may also be considered.  Evidence of an ability to teach effectively in English is required.  Preference will be given to experimentalists with experience in teaching undergraduate courses and with scholarly promise.  Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate physics courses and associated laboratories including upper level courses.  Expected teaching load is nine hours of lecture and six hours of laboratory per week.  Additional responsibilities include advising, committee service, public service, scholarly activity, and directing student projects. Submit application materials online at (click on Faculty Vacancies; then View employment opportunities; then apply: candidates must attach, as a last step, a letter of interest, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, and copies of all transcripts). Additionally, three letters of reference from the references must be sent directly to to be considered a completed application.  Application review will begin September 17, 2012 and continue until a suitable candidate is chosen. A standard background check report will be conducted before a candidate is hired as defined in the Fair Credit Reporting Act.