The Physics department at SUNY Potsdam is accepting on-line applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin fall 2019. The position calls for teaching across the full range of standard undergraduate offerings in physics, topical courses to a general audience of undergraduates, research and scholarly activity that furnishes educational opportunities to our physics majors, and assisting in the conduct of the general business of the department and committee activities of the college. To review complete job description and/or to apply, visit https://employment.potsdam.edu, job posting No. 00295. Position is open until filled.
A PhD in physics or closely related field is required. ABDs considered contingent on receipt of PhD imminent. Preferred qualifications include an experimentalist with research related to nanoscience problems and experience in teaching physics to undergraduates and in development of instructional materials and activities.
About SUNY Potsdam
SUNY Potsdam, the oldest higher education institution in the State University of New York has long been recognized as one of the leading public colleges in the United States. The College is distinguished not only by its commitments to teacher education and the liberal arts, but also by its unique natural, cultural and recreational environment just north of the beautiful Adirondack Park. With the internationally recognized Crane School of Music, the college is a center of excellence for music and the arts. With three other higher education institutions within a 10-mile radius, SUNY Potsdam provides for cross registration among four unique colleges and enjoys the benefits of a culturally active college town. For more information about SUNY Potsdam, please visit our website at http://www.potsdam.edu
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