The Department of Physical Sciences at Ferris State University seeks a
tenure-track faculty member to teach mainly introductory courses in
physics and other courses as appropriate (such as astronomy or physical
science); collaborate with faculty on ongoing course and program
development; and maintain a program of ongoing professional development.
The successful candidate must have a strong commitment to non-major
undergraduate education in physics, potential for teaching excellence,
effective communication skills, and the interpersonal skills to work
with a diverse array of students and colleagues. Faculty members also
have professional responsibilities which may include advising
students, orientation and registration of students, participation in
university committees, keeping regular posted office hours (which are
scheduled at times convenient for students), and participation in
traditional functions which have academic significance. Faculty members
may be required to teach off-campus.
Required: Ph.D. in physics,
astronomy, or physics education by the time of appointment.
Potential for undergraduate teaching excellence, effective communication
skills, and the interpersonal skills to work with a diverse array
of students and colleagues.
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Ferris State University is sincerely committed to being a truly diverse institution and actively seeks
applications from women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups.