Mississippi University for Women invites applications for a Physics Instructor, temporary, non-tenure track, to begin August 2013. Ph.D. preferred, Master's with at least eighteen semester hours of graduate-level physics required. Teaching duties include an introductory physics course for non-science majors as well as trigonometry-based and calculus-based physics courses and their labs. The ability to teach an undergraduate course in C++ would be a plus.
Please send a letter of application, resume, three references with contact
information, and transcripts to HrInfo@hr.muw.edu,
or mail to Office of Human Resources, 1100 College
Street-MUW Box 1609, Columbus, MS 39701. For information about the
position contact Dr. Dionne Fortenberry, Chair of Sciences and
Mathematics, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 772-329-7376 .
in Columbus, a city
of 25,000, MUW is a tradition-rich university that was founded in 1884
as the first public college for women and has educated men for more
than 20 years. The University is a public coeducational, primarily
undergraduate liberal arts institution with an enrollment of over 2600
students. The mission of the University is to provide curricula and
service offerings of the highest quality for all students, with emphasis
on the distinctive opportunities available to women. Additional
information can be found at http://web3.muw.edu/.
All hires contingent upon successful completion of a background check.