Saturday, November 2, 2013

TT at Kettering University, Flint MI

Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Physics
Kettering University’s Physics program is built on experiential education with an emphasis on work integrated and active learning, implemented by alternating academic and co-op or experiential education terms. We offer two ABET accredited bachelor degrees, Applied Physics and Engineering Physics, as well as five minors in Physics, Optics, Acoustics, Materials Science, and Medical Physics. A PhD in Physics or a closely related field is required. Preferred areas of expertise will augment current departmental strengths in condensed matter, and may complement interests in medical physics or biological applications. The establishment of a new Applied Biology program at Kettering University and a new Proton Beam Therapy center at nearby McLaren Hospital provide excellent collaborative opportunities. We are committed to a teacher-scholar model with a focus on student learning, intellectual and professional growth, and career success. The successful applicant is expected to establish an active and collaborative research program that improves department capabilities, supports professional development of faculty, and enhances opportunities for student learning. Preferred start date for this position is July 2014. Applications completed before December 1, 2013 will receive full consideration.  Apply for this position on-line at AA/EOE.