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Join Michigan State University’s Global Impact Initiative, designed to address the grand challenges through the creation of over 100 new faculty positions in some of the most promising – and critical – fields of research. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. MSU offers an inclusive and collaborative work environment.

Search for more academic openings at Careers@MSU.

Open Faculty Positions

(Global Impact Initiative only; dates indicate application deadlines, but positions are open until filled. Check back often and be sure to visit the Careers@MSU job board to search other postings.)

Advanced Engineering

Embedded Cybersecurity (#4389; 2/1/2017)

Autonomous and Connected Systems (#468403, 1/15/2018)

Dynamics (#469872, 12/1/2017)

Organic and Soft Electronic Materials (#467776, 11/15/2017)

Polymeric and Composite Materials (#471896, 11/30/2017)

Risk and Reliability (#470022, 12/1/2017)

Solar and Renewable Energy Systems (#469871, 12/1/2017)

Uncertainty Quantification and Advanced Manufacturing Simulation (#469897, 12/1/2017)

Antibiotic Resistance

Antimicrobial Resistance (#4195; 12/1/16)

Computation

Deep Learning (469453, 12/15/2017)

Education

Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education (#443870; 9/30/17)

Epidemiology

Neuroepidemiology (#4975)

Biostatistics (#448834)

Plants/Food/Environment

Plant Phenomics (#4281; 12/15/16)

Plant Resilience – Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (#468293, 11/15/2017)

Plant Resilience – Horticulture (#465448; 11/15/2017)

Plant Resilience – Plant Biology (#468542; 11/15/2017)

Women’s and Children’s Precision Medicine

Obstetrics Gynecology & Reproductive Biology (#441911)

Pediatrics and Human Development, Human Genomics (#4922)

Pediatric Precision Medicine (#4920; 3/1/2017)

Developmental Neuroscience (#457651; 10/2/2017)


Positions Posted and Filled in 2016-17

Advanced Engineering

Biometrics

Experimental Accelerator Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Nondestructive Evaluation

Polymers and Composite Materials

Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering

Computational Material Science

Data Science

Inverse Problems and Imaging

Numerical Linear Algebra

Genomics

Application of Large-Scale Biology Data to Fundamental Problems in Plant Biology

Statistical/Quantitative/Computational Genomics

Plants/Food/Environment

Global Nutrition

Plant Biology

Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences (Maize Genomics)

Plant Stress Biology

Quantitative Plant Biochemistry 

Senior Terrestrial Ecologist


Positions Posted and Filled in 2015-16

Advanced Engineering 

Accelerator Technology

Applied Electromagnetics

Coatings and Diamond Technologies

Cybersecurity, Biometrics and Machine Learning

Nondestructive Evaluation

Advanced Physical Sciences

Analytical Chemistry/Mass Spectrometry 

Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering 

Computational Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics (LQCD)

Computational Modeling and High Performance Computing

Condensed Matter Theory

Data Science (two positions)

High Energy Theoretical Particle Physics

Genomics

Quantitative and Computational Animal Genomics

 Plants/Food/Environment 

International Nutrition

Lipids, Nutrition and Health

Quantitative and Computational Plant Sciences

Precision Medicine 

Cancer Biology

Women’s and Infant Health

Reproductive/Developmental Biology

STEM Education

Mathematics or Statistics Education

STEM Education

Why MSU?

Michigan State University is a member of the Association of American Universities and is listed among the 100 most distinguished research universities in the world. With over $600 million dollars in research investment annually, MSU is ranked 6th in combined National Science Foundation (NSF) and Department of Energy (DOE) funding. More than 2,000 tenure stream faculty and 17 degree-granting colleges including Engineering, Natural Science, Agriculture, three Colleges of Medicine (Human, Osteopathic, and Veterinary), Education, Humanities, Social Science, and the MSU/Department of Energy Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, create diverse and countless opportunities for collaboration. More…

Diversity and Inclusion

Global Impact is a bold initiative to meet the Grand Challenges of the 21st Century. We believe that inclusion maximizes the expertise, creativity and accomplishments of our vibrant community of scholars and only through the recruitment of a diverse group of leading researchers can we attain the remarkable goals of this initiative.

MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity and actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities. Job applicants are considered for employment opportunities and employees are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Learn more about:
Dual Career Support
Work/Life Balance
MSU Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives
Annual Diversity Reports
Advancing Diversity through the Alignment of Policies and Practices

 

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East Lansing, Michigan

The Mid-Michigan area is an ideal community for individuals and families to relocate to: it’s a diverse, welcoming cluster of small- and medium-sized suburban and rural towns with relatively low living costs, high quality primary and secondary school systems, and excellent health care facilities.

It is strategically located in the center of the Great Lakes region, offering easy access to the amenities of metropolitan areas such as Chicago and Detroit, without the stresses of daily urban life.

The Michigan State University campus is located in East Lansing,  a vibrant city with a rich civic and cultural life.


Photos above, left to right:

Andrew Christlieb, Chair, Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering and MSU Foundation Professor, Department of Mathematics; Sheng-Yang He, MSU Distinguished Professor in the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory, Department of Plant Biology, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, and Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences; Beronda Montgomery, Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory ; Joan Rose, Homer Nowlin Endowed Chair of Water Research, Co-Director of the Center for Water Sciences, and Co-Director of the Center for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment; Percy Pierre, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and member of National Academy of Engineering; Terrie Taylor, MSU University Distinguished Professor, Department of Internal Medicine.