Analytical Chemistry Assistant Professor
The Department of Chemistry at Michigan State University seeks outstanding candidates for a position at the assistant professor level. The research area is analytical chemistry, and outstanding candidates in the areas of bioanalytical chemistry and mass spectrometry are especially encouraged to apply.
Successful candidates are expected to develop a vigorous, externally-‐funded research program and contribute to teaching at the undergraduate and/or graduate level. Review of application materials will begin immediately, and will continue until suitable candidates are identified. Application materials should include a cover letter, CV, statement of research interests and future research directions, teaching statement, and names and email addresses of three references, all of which should be uploaded electronically at https://jobs.msu.edu for posting #2198. Questions regarding the position may be directed to Prof. Dana Spence, Chair of the Search Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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