Job Opportunity

The Chemistry Department at the University of Missouri – Kansas City currently has an opening for one tenure-track faculty positions at the level of Assistant Professor.  It is in the area of physical, analytical, environmental, or materials chemistry.  A Ph.D. in chemistry or an allied discipline is required, and postdoctoral or comparable research is preferred.  The candidates are expected to establish vigorous, externally funded research programs, as well as teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  I see that you have a Ph.D. program in Chemistry, and I was hoping you could forward this email to any current or former students of your program, and other interested parties.

The ad can be found on the UMKC Human Resources page: (PDF: FTT Assistant Professor Advertisement)

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Missouri – Kansas City is one of 18 departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, and one of four National Sciences and Mathematics programs in the College.  It has three internal degree programs:  Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, Bachelor of Sciences in Chemistry (ACS approved), and Masters of Science in Chemistry (both thesis and non-thesis).  It is also a participating member of the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. (IPhD) program, which provides essentially major and minor disciplines.  The Department typically has 300 undergraduate majors a semester, as well as 30 Masters candidates and IPhD candidates a semester. Therefore, it is one of the largest Departments in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Its missions include research, teaching, and service to The College, University and local area.  The Department’s research areas are extremely broad from development and characterization of bio- and namomaterials to the life and health sciences.

Thank you very much for your help in this matter.

Best wishes.

Kathy Garrison
Administrative Assistant
Department of Chemistry
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO 64110-2499
Phone: 816-235-2273
Fax: 816-235-5502

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