Department of Chemistry Newsletter for 02/22/2016

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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY NEWSLETTER
XL - No. 06 February 22nd, 2016

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2016 Dates of Finance/Department Meetings
Department/Executive Committee Meetings - Tuesdays - 1:30 PM - Room 9341 Chemistry

3/08/2016 4/12/2016 5/10/2016

Finance Committee Meetings - Tuesdays - 1:30 PM - Room 1130

3/01/2016 3/29/2016 4/05/2016
4/26/2016 5/03/2016 5/17/2016

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SEMINARS
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Monday, February 22nd, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 9341 Chemistry Building. Professor Dominika Zgid, University of Michigan "Systematically improvable multiscale methods for correlated electron systems"
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Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry Building - Seminar Hall. Professor Arthur Bragg, Johns Hopkins University "Structure, Dynamics, and Disorder in Excited States of Photoresponsive Conjugated Materials"
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Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Rajamani (Raj) Gounder, University of Purdue "Catalysis of Energy and the Environment Mediated by Zeolites and Molecular Sieves"
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Friday, February 26th, 2016 to Saturday, February 27th, 2016 - Department Special Event, 4:00 pm, "Graduate Recruiting Visit Weekend"
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Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry Building - Seminar Hall. Professor Joel Eaves, University of Colorado-Boulder "Physical Chemistry Seminar"
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Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Prof. Vincent Lavallo, University of California - Riverside "Inorganic Seminar"
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Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 - Organic Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor M. Kevin Brown, Indiana University "No Strain, No Gain: Advances in the Synthesis and Use of Cyclobutanes"
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Friday, March 4th, 2016 - Department Colloquium, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry - Seminar Hall. Binnu Hill, UW School of Business - Diversity and Inclusion "Department Colloquium - Binnu Hill "
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Friday, March 4th, 2016 - General Colloquium, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Binnu Hill, "Case for Diversity and Inclusion; Successes in the Business School"
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Monday, March 7th, 2016 - Department, Analytical Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Dr. Kimberly Ennico-Smith, NASA Ames Research Center "McElvain Analytical Seminar - New views of the Pluto system -- far from boring, cold, dead worlds"
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Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry Building - Seminar Hall. Professor Stephen Bradforth, University of Southern California "Unraveling the Mechanism of Singlet Fission in Polyacenes"
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Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 - Department Special Event, 1:30 pm, 9341 Chemistry Building. Department of Chemistry, "Department Meeting"
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Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 - Organic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor Robert Knowles, Princeton University "Organic Seminar "Proton-coupled Electron Transfer in Organic Synthesis and Asymmetric Catalysis""
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Thursday, March 10th, 2016 - Analytical Seminar, 12:15 pm, 1315 Chemistry. Steven Oja, University of Washington, Seattle "Monitoring Electrochemistry with Light"
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Friday, March 11th, 2016 - Department Special Event, 8:30 am, Fluno Center. "Chemistry Board of Advisers Meeting"
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Sunday, March 13th, 2016 to Thursday, March 17th, 2016 - General Special Event, 8:00 am, American Chemical Society, "ACS Meeting - San Diego"
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Sunday, March 13th, 2016 - Department Special Event, 5:00 pm, TBD. UW-Madison Department of Chemistry, "Department Reception at ACS National Meeting"
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Friday, March 25th, 2016 - Department, Inorganic, Organic Seminar, 4:00 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Prof. Marion Emmert, Worcester Polytechnic Institute "Super Group seminar"
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Monday, March 28th, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 3:00 pm, Room 8335 Chemistry Bldg.. Professor Adam P. Willard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Theoretical Chemistry Institute Seminar"
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Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 - Department, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry Building - Seminar Hall. Professor James Forrest, University of Waterloo "Physical Chemistry Seminar"
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Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 - Organic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor Dean Tantillo, University of California Davis "Organic Seminar "Walking in the Woods with Quantum Chemistry - The Importance of Inherent Carbocation Reactivity in Terpene Biosynthesis""
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Wednesday, March 30th, 2016 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Larry Wang, UW-Madison (Stahl Group) "Inorganic Student Seminar"
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Thursday, March 31st, 2016 - Organic Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor Richard Oakley, University of Waterloo "Organic Seminar "Magnetic Ordering and Conductivity in Heavy Atom and Multi-Orbital Radicals""
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Lakeshore Nature Preserve
Student Engagement Grants due March 1, 2016
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve is pleased to announce a funding opportunity to support undergraduate education in the Preserve. These small grants are made possible by generous support from the Academic Endowment Fund of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve. The maximum individual award is $1,000.
Purpose of the Grants: The broad purpose of these grants is to facilitate use of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve as a resource for education among UW undergraduates. In general, funds will be used for one of the following:
     •    Purchase of equipment, supplies, etc. related to a specific project in the Preserve
     •    Student stipends
Eligibility and Criteria: Any student, faculty or staff member at UW-Madison may apply. Groups of individuals may submit a proposal as a team. Every student individual or team must have at least one faculty or staff member, who is expected to play an active role in overseeing the project. Funds may only be released to the faculty or staff person overseeing the project.
Review criteria are listed below:
     •    Degree of student engagement with the Preserve that will result from the grant award
     •    Scientific, educational, or applied value
     •    Efficient use of funds
     •    For research proposals, potential to serve as pilot data for external funding of additional research
          Contribution to Digital Collection
All proposals are encouraged to use, and contribute to, the Lakeshore Nature Preserve collection of data and reports. Proposals that collect data are expected to make the data available upon completion of the project. Process for Application: Submit a proposal - please keep to less than 1000 words in total, excluding cover page.
Proposal should include the following components in this order:
     1.   Cover page: Include project title and names and positions of applicants
     2.   Summary: (<100 words) What will you do? Who will you work with? What is the basic purpose
          (e.g. research, education, etc.)?
     3.   Problem Statement: Why is this work important? What need(s) does it fulfill?
     4.   Objectives: What do you hope to accomplish with this work (research or other activity)?
     5.   Nature of the work: Tell us what you plan on doing; anticipated number of hours per week; where
          you will work; and with whom you will work. We want to see that you have thought through these
          details and discussed them with your partners/staff-faculty advisors (if applicable).
     6.   Expected educational outcomes for participating students: How many students are involved? In
           What way are they engaging in the Preserve?
     7.   Other expected outcomes: (e.g. pilot data for an external grant, scientific value, etc.)
     8.   Budget and budget justification
     9.   Timeline
Application submission: Please submit applications by email to: Preserve Program Manager, Laura Wyatt (laura.wyatt@wisc.edu) by March 1. Applications will be reviewed by the Lakeshore Nature Preserve Committee, with decision notifications sent by mid-March. Grant funds should be expended by the following October 31 unless otherwise arranged.
Additional expectations:
     •    Recipients will submit a brief final report by October 31 to the Preserve Program Manager.
     •    For research proposals, members of the team will present the findings at an appropriate venue,
           such as a conference or the undergraduate research symposium, and to the Lakeshore Nature
           Preserve Committee.
     •    Research teams will write a letter to two donors, thanking them for their support and including a
          short summary of how they plan to use the funds.
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WOMEN'S PHILANTHROPY COUNCIL "CHAMPION AWARDS"
Nominations due Friday, 4 March
At the 2016 Summit on Women, Gender, and Well-Being, Well-being & Empowerment: Wisconsin & the World (15-16 April), the University of Wisconsin Foundation Women's Philanthropy Council (www.supportuw.org/leadership-giving/womens-philanthropy) will present Champion Awards honoring one man and one woman whose commitment and effort have advanced the status of women at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Each recipient will have the opportunity to direct a $5,000 Women's Philanthropy Council contribution to a campus initiative of his or her choice.
To nominate an individual for this award, please send a brief letter of nomination (no more than two pages) to Lindsey Stoddard Cameron at lindsey.stoddardcameron@wisc.edu by Friday, 4 March.Candidates must be active members of our campus community. Each nomination should:
     •    provide the candidate's contact information (name, title, department/unit, campus address,             telephone, e-mail address),
     •    outline his or her significant contribution(s),
     •    describe one specific action/accomplishment more fully, and
     •    name two individuals who could offer additional details in support of the nomination (upon the
          review committee's request).
Thank you for helping us to identify and celebrate the men and women whose efforts contribute to women's success at our university.
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS
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Effects of amino acid starvation on RelA diffusive behavior in live Escherichia coli.
Li, WT; Bouveret, E; Zhang, Y; Liu, KQ; Wang, JD; Weisshaar, JC*.
MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY, 99 (3):571-585; 10.1111/mmi.13252 FEB 2016.
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Experimental implementations of 2D IR spectroscopy through a horizontal pulse shaper design and a focal plane array detector.
Ghosh, A; Serrano, AL; Oudenhoven, TA; Ostrander, JS; Eklund, EC; Blair, AF; Zanni, MT*.
OPTICS LETTERS, 41 (3):524-527; 10.1364/OL.41.000524 FEB 1 2016.
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Two-Center/Three-Electron Sigma Half-Bonds in Main Group and Transition Metal Chemistry.
Berry, JF*.
ACCOUNTS OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH, 49 (1):27-34; 10.1021/acs.accounts.5b00517 JAN 2016.
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Generation of serotonin neurons from human pluripotent stem cells.
Lu, JF; Zhong, XF; Liu, HS; Hao, L; Huang, CTL; Sherafat, MA; Jones, J; Ayala, M; Li, LJ*; Zhang, SC.
NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 34 (1):89-94; 10.1038/nbt.3435 JAN 2016.
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Surface Diffusion of Polymer Glasses
Zhang, W; Yu, L*.
MACROMOLECULES, 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, SN 0024-9297, 1520-5835, JAN 26, 2016, VL 49, IS 2.
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Root Uptake of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Product Ingredients.
Miller, EL; Nason, SL; Karthikeyan, KG; Pedersen, JA*.
Environmental Science & Technology, Amer Chemical Soc, Washington, 1155 16TH ST, NW, Washington, DC 20036 USA, SN 0013-936X, 1520-5851, JAN 19, 2016, VL 50, IS 2.
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Construction of Thin, Small Diameter Frits
Drier, TO*.
Fusion 63:4 (November 2015).
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Imitating Nature: The Materials and Preservation Needs of the Blaschka Glass Models.
Van Giffen Astrid N., Eremin, Katherine, Drier, TO*.
Journal of Glass Studies, Corning Museum of Glass, Vol. 57: 213-224, 2015.
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
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REQUISITION NUMBER: 15-575. JOB TITLE: Research Scientist - Biomarker Development Specialist. Material Chemistry. Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. Full-time. To be considered for this position, click on Apply and complete the application along with attaching a Cover Letter and Resume. Be sure to click the next arrow at the bottom of each screen. The assessment will be in the last step in the application To apply on the CRI website (use word chemist). https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?d=External&_icx=v02QmA....
Position Objective: CRI International Center for Biotechnology (ICB) is seeking a Research Scientist specialized in the field of Biomarker Development. The position incumbent will work with fluorescent probes to target specific DNA strands within a multidisciplinary team including cell biologists, molecular biologists and veterinarians.
     The successful candidate will work in the International Center of Biotech (ICB) in Mount Horeb, WI.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
     •    Will specialize in the expertise (both conceptual and practical) in the field of organic-material
          chemistry and nucleic acids
     •    Conduct research leading to the development of new products, and or methods to analyze and
          improve reproductive performance as directed by the Department Director
     •    Carry out, as required or directed, research priorities, laboratory services and functions in a manner
          that is consistent with the department's operating procedures
Qualifications:
     •    A PhD in Material Chemistry with approximately 2 - 4 years of related experience
     •    Cell biology experience along with molecular biology protocols and genomics is a plus, but not
          required
     •    Must have experience with Oligonucleotides, DNA modification and synthesis. Must have
          knowledge on how to modify DNA for conjugate fluorescent markers, dies, nanoparticles, carbon
          nanotubes or others
     •    Ability to work in a team environment
     •    Solid analytical and research skills
     •    Experience using Microsoft Office
     •    Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
     •    Basic knowledge of statistical analysis
     •    Strong attention to detail, thinking skills and creativity
Deadline for applications and assessments: 2/29/16. This posting may close prior to the deadline date if the position is filled.
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FACULTY POSITIONS/TEMPORARY FACULTY/ACADEMIC POSITIONS
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Faculty Opening: Chemistry Instructor (General Chemistry). Rock Valley College, a comprehensive community college located in Rockford, Illinois, serves a diversified metropolitan area of over 370,000 people. Rockford is centrally located in northern Illinois, within 90 minutes of Chicago as well as Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin. The College is the principal institution of post-secondary education in the region. RVC is an educational leader in providing quality, accessible, lifelong learning opportunities, cultural enrichment, and support for economic and technological development.
Conditions of Employment: This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position to begin August 2016, with the tenure decision in three years. Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and group life insurance plans are offered and State Universities Retirement System (SURS) administered retirement plan. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Optional overload and summer teaching assignments are possible, depending upon availability. Some flexibility in work schedule is necessary. Interest in serving a diverse student population is essential.
The successful candidate will provide evidence of strong teaching ability in chemistry and must be comfortable with a variety of students, including many having limited science and math preparation. The successful candidate must also be willing to interface with and offer courses in conjunction with growing and changing industrial and engineering technology programs on campus. The job will also involve working with technology faculty and local industry in designing programs in these areas. While there is no requirement to conduct research, opportunities for doing so are available in the area, and any of these that would involve students would be particularly welcome.
Required Qualification:
     •    An earned Master's Degree with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in chemistry, to teach introductory
          and general courses in chemistry.
Desired Qualifications:
     •    Education beyond the master's level is desirable. Ph.D. preferred.
     •    Recent teaching experience in general chemistry as well as a commitment to the mission of the
          community college and interest in involvement in division and college initiatives are desired.
Application Process: Applicants are encouraged to submit the following materials electronically at: https://www.rockvalleycollege.edu/Community/Employment_HR/index.cfm or documentation may be submitted under single cover to the address listed below. The search and screen committee will begin evaluating application materials March 15, 2016. Applications may continue to be received until the position is filled.
     •    Letter of interest which specifically addresses how you are qualified for the position.
     •    Current resume, including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of a minimum of three
          professional references.
     •    Unofficial transcripts of all graduate and undergraduate work completed. Offer to hire cannot be
          extended without official transcripts.
     •    (Optional) Documentation of successful classroom instruction.
Send to: Rock Valley College, Human Resource Services, 3301 N. Mulford Road, Rockford, IL 61114.
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Assistant/Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Tenure-track, nine-month* appointment. Salary dependent upon academic qualifications and experience. State date: August 17, 2016 The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the College of Science and Engineering (COSE) at St. Cloud State University has an opening for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Biochemistry. The program has 13 full-time faculty positions and offers an American Chemical Society approved program. The department is well equipped with major instrumentation and research facilities, including cell and molecular biology accommodations housed in the new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF). More information about the College, the Department, and ISELF can be found at: http://www.stcloudstate.edu/cose/, http://www.stcloudstate.edu/chemistry./, and http://www.stcloudstate.edu/iself/.
Primary duties include teaching introductory and advanced courses in biochemistry, and introductory chemistry courses. Successful candidates will be expected to engage in an environment of innovation and collaboration that is focused on students, including undergraduate student research and academic advising. In order to be considered for tenure and promotion, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to: teach effectively and/or perform effectively in other assignments, produce a record of scholarly or creative achievement or research, participate in continuing preparation and study, contribute to student growth and development, and provide service to the university and community (IFO Article 22, Section B).
Required:
     •    Ph.D. in biochemistry, chemistry, or a related field is required at the time of appointment. Evidence
          of the ability to work with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds.
     •    Teaching experience in general chemistry and biochemistry and/or post-graduate experience in
          biochemistry/molecular biology is desirable. Preference will be given to candidates who can
          contribute to curricular and scholarly collaboration between the biochemistry and molecular biology
          programs at SCSU. The new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF)
          represents a great venue for such partnership.
To apply for this position use the website: http://aqenqy.qovernmentiobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm  (click "Apply" within this posting to complete application).
The completed application must include:
     •    Cover letter
     •    Curriculum vitae/resume
     •    Contact information for three (3) current, professional references
     •    Copies of transcripts (undergraduate/graduate)
     •    Description of proposed research involving undergraduate students
     •    Statement of teaching philosophy
Contact Information: E-mail: biochemistrvsearch@stcloudstate.edu. For best consideration, please apply by March 2, 2016; position is open until filled. Materials received after this date cannot be guaranteed consideration. All finalists will be required to give a seminar on their research and teach an undergraduate-level course during the interview process. Official transcripts will be required from the finalists at the time of interview. *Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the Inter Faculty Organization, which can be found at: http://www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract_plans/index.html.
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Assistant/Associate Professor of Inorganic Materials Chemistry, Tenure-track, nine-month* appointment. Salary dependent upon academic qualifications and experience. Start date: August 17, 2016. The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the College of Science and Engineering (COSE) at St. Cloud State University has an opening for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Inorganic Materials Chemistry. The program has 13 full-time chemistry faculty positions and offers an American Chemical Society approved program. The department is well equipped with major instrumentation and research facilities, including a Thermo-Nicolet 6700 FT-IR with far IR capabilities (includes an inspectIR microscope with microATR attachment), an Agilent GC-MS, an Agilent HPLC, a Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrophotometer, a Bruker 400 MHz NMR, as well as access to a JEOL 6060LV SEM, an Asylum Instruments MFP 3D-Bio SPM, a Bruker DB Discover x-Ray Diffraction System, TA Thermal analyzers (DSC and TGA), a Malvern DLS and a 1000-LeveI Clean Room housed in the new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF). More information about the College and the Department can be found at: http://www.stcloudstate.edu/cose/ and http://www.stcloudstate.edu/chemistry/.
Primary duties include teaching undergraduate lecture and laboratory courses in inorganic chemistry, masters level courses in materials science, and introductory chemistry courses. Successful candidates will be expected to engage in collaborative research involving undergraduate and masters students and academic advising. In order to be considered for tenure and promotion, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to: teach effectively and/or perform effectively in other assignments, produce a record of scholarly or creative achievement or research, participate in continuing preparation and study, contribute to student growth and development, and provide service to the university and community.
Required:
     •    Ph.D. in inorganic Chemistry or materials science with chemistry emphasis is required at the time of
          appointment, while candidates with a Ph.D. in related fields may be considered.
Preferred:
     •    Teaching experience in inorganic chemistry and materials science.
     •    Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to an emerging Professional Science
          Master's program in materials science and instrumentation.
     •    Ability to work with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds.
To apply for this position use the website: http://aqencv.qovernmentiobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm  (click "Apply" within this posting to complete application).
The completed application must include:
     •    Cover letter
     •    Curriculum vitae/resume
     •    Contact information for three (3) current, professional references
     •    Copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts
     •    Description of proposed research involving undergraduate and masters students
     •    Statement of teaching philosophy
Contact Information: E-mail: inorqanicmaterials@stcloudstate.edu.
For consideration, apply by March 06, 2016; position is open until filled. Materials received after this date cannot be guaranteed consideration. All finalists will be required to give a seminar on their research and teach an undergraduate-level course during the interview process. Official transcripts will be required from the finalists at the time of interview. Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the Inter Faculty Organization, which can be found at: http://www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract_plans/index.html.
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Hartwick College invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, three-year position at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor in Chemistry starting in August, 2016. This three-year term appointment will end in May 2019 with annual renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance. We seek candidates with expertise in Organic Chemistry, with preference given to those with experience teaching at the undergraduate level. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in Chemistry (preferably Organic Chemistry) by the time of the appointment and experience teaching at the undergraduate level. Specific teaching assignments will include Organic Chemistry with laboratory and Fundamentals of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry with laboratory. Other teaching assignments may include General Chemistry with laboratory, and possibly general education courses, including First Year Seminars. Teaching load will average 20 semester credit hours or their equivalent per academic year, and all faculty members teach during the College's distinctive four-week January Term. The successful candidate must be committed to excellence and innovation in undergraduate teaching, active engagement in scholarly or creative activities, and working closely with students in a small college environment. Academic advising and some committee service also are expected with this appointment.
Hartwick offers health benefits to domestic partners of employees, and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression. Hartwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to broadening "the understanding, awareness, and appreciation of diversity among all members of the Hartwick community." Underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Additional information about Hartwick (an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research) and the Department may be found on our web site at www.hartwick.edu.
Hartwick College is committed to providing a safe and secure educational environment. Employment at Hartwick College is therefore contingent upon a successful background check on every new employee. Candidates to whom an offer of employment is made will be required to sign a Release of Information Form authorizing the College to conduct a thorough background check.
To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching excellence or the potential for it, and three letters of reference sent directly by your referees. All materials should be addressed to: Dr. Andrew Piefer, Chair. Electronic submissions to: chemsearch@hartwick.edu are required.
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POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AND/OR JOBS
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