The Department of Physics at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, anticipates an opening for a tenure track appointment at the Assistant Professor level beginning in the Fall of 2014. A Ph. D. is required along with a commitment to undergraduate teaching and research in a Jesuit liberal arts setting. The successful candidate will teach both lecture and laboratory courses and will be expected to carry out a successful research program that involves undergraduates. Start up funds will be provided, and the use of a scanning-probe microscope, evaporative/sputter deposition system, and an electrical transport properties measurement system will be available if needed. An experimentalist with experience in solid-state physics is preferred. Women and representatives of minority groups are encouraged to apply. The Physics Department at Xavier University presently has 5 full time faculty, 3 full time instructors, and 1 full time laboratory support services manager. The department graduates on average 8 physics majors per year, many of whom go on to graduate programs in physics and related fields. To ensure consideration, by December 13, 2013, candidates must submit an application letter, curriculum vita, statement of research and statement of teaching.
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