Wednesday, November 11, 2015

TT, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee WI

Mount Mary University is seeking an individual to join our Sciences Department and contribute to the realization of our Mission through the role of a tenure-track Physics Assistant Professor. We are a community of faculty who value relationships with our students and colleagues. We are committed to a compassionate and effective undergraduate education for our students.
Job Description: This position includes teaching in the classroom and laboratory in a new undergraduate Physics degree program. Teaching includes physics, math, and engineering courses in a liberal arts curriculum that may include teaching day and evening classes. Faculty are encouraged to use innovative teaching strategies. As a faculty member, responsibilities also include:
  • program and strategic planning
    • curriculum development and revision
    • advise physics education majors
    • serve as a resource for faculty members and other program areas
    • serve on faculty assembly and all University committees
    • provide service to the institution and the community
    • participate in grant writing and acquisition of external funding
    • engage in ongoing scholarship and professional activity (research, publications, presentations)
    • perform other duties as assigned
     Minimum Requirements:
    • Doctorate in Physics OR
    • Doctorate in Math/Engineering and specialization in Physics OR
    • Doctorate in Math/Engineering with a strong graduate physics component evidenced by at least 24 semester hours of graduate level courses in Physics  OR
    • Candidates who are ABD will be considered if all other qualifications are met with distinction and there is demonstration of progress toward degree completion.
    • commitment to quality teaching in the liberal arts at undergraduate level
    • evidence of teaching effectiveness
    • demonstrated skill in the application of technology for teaching and learning
    • positive human relations, interpersonal and communication skills
    • command of written and spoken English
    • ability to work collaboratively as a member of professional and community groups

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • experience with a broad range of innovative methods of instruction and assessment