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Assistant Professor of Physics (14-15)

 

The Department of Physics invites applications for a tenure track position of Assistant Professor of Physics with an emphasis in computational physics.  The Department has nine faculty members, and offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Computational Physics, Health Physics, Industrial Engineering, and a collateral in Astronomy.  More information is available at the department's website: http://www.fmarion.edu/academics/Physics.


Qualifications: Ph.D. in Physics and teaching experience


Start Date: August 2014
 

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach 9-12 hours of physics, computational physics or physical science lectures and labs each semester and will conduct physics research and involve undergraduates in research projects.
 

Professional Development: Francis Marion provides generous support for conference travel when presenting.  Summer research stipends are available on a competitive basis.
 

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


Application Process: 1) Provide a letter of interest (referencing position number 14-15); 2) completed FMU Faculty Application; 3) curriculum vitae; 4) three letters of recommendation; and 5) copies of all transcripts (official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate).


Send all material to:
                            Dr. David M. Peterson
                            Chair, Department of Physics and Astronomy
                            Francis Marion University
                            PO Box 100547
                            Florence, SC  29502-0547



Minorities and Women are strongly encouraged to apply.


Click here to print a copy of the FMU Faculty Application.


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Last Published: November 27, 2013 10:13 AM
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