The Department of Chemical Engineering in the Swenson College of Science and Engineering (SCSE) at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) is seeking a full-time tenure-track assistant professor. The candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate classes/laboratories in the Department of Chemical Engineering, develop a sustainable research program, and provide appropriate service to the department, the college, the university, and the profession. All areas of research related to chemical engineering will be considered. Some preference may be given to candidates with research experience in process control, catalysis, environmental engineering, sustainable energy, or bioengineering. Candidates should have demonstrated a strong commitment to teaching excellence at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and a strong record of peer-reviewed publications. Applicants must have a PhD in Chemical Engineering or a closely related field from a regionally accredited institution by the start of the appointment.
BS in Chemical Engineering from a regionally accredited university
PhD in chemical engineering, or allied fields, from a regionally accredited program, conferred by the start of the appointment
Ability to teach core chemical engineering courses and laboratories
Effective written English language communication skills appropriate for a faculty position
Evidence of research productivity
One or more years of postdoctoral or industrial experience
College level teaching experience
Demonstrated ability for excellence in teaching
Research experience in process control, catalysis, environmental engineering, sustainable energy, or bioengineering
Evidence of potential to obtain external research funding
Evidence of effective oral communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse environment.
Internal Number: 328497
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