Assistant Professor - University of Maine, - Nov 22, 2010
Chemistry, Mathematics & Statistics, or Physics & Astronomy
Discipline-Based Education Research
Full-time Tenure-Track Position
The University of Maine invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, or Mathematics & Statistics, with expertise in chemistry, mathematics, or physics education research. The appointment will be in one of these academic departments, with membership in the Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (Maine RiSE Center).
Florida International University, a part of the State University System of Florida, has an immediate opening for an Assistant Director, Research Programs. The successful candidate will provide curriculum development support and project coordination for the FIU Science Collaborative Project, a Howard Hughes Medical Institution Science Education Grant. The director will work closely with the discipline-based science education research faculty leading the project. The project will expand and deepen the transformation of science education already underway in physics, chemistry, and biology, leveraging external and institutional commitments to establish FIU as a recognized leader in science education innovation.
Applications are invited for an anticipated tenure-track assistant professor position in Physics, with specialization in Physics Education Research preferred. Start date is August 23, 2010. This person will teach and contribute to the development of courses and laboratories in algebra- and calculus-based introductory physics and physical science, plus teach additional upper division courses in engineering physics as determined by the successful applicant's expertise and departmental need.
The Department of Physics at Texas State University-San Marcos invites applications for a tenure-track position in Physics at either the assistant or associate professor level from qualified candidates from all Physics disciplines, theoretical or experimental, with a starting date of Fall 2011. While all outstanding applications will be seriously considered, applicants with demonstrated expertise in biophysics or physics education research are particularly encouraged to apply. Level, salary and start-up will be commensurate with qualifications.
Tenure-Track PER Position - Kansas State University - Oct 26, 2010
The Department of Physics at Kansas State University seeks a faculty member to join its physics education research (PER) group. Experience with research on problem solving, transfer of learning, teaching/learning with technology in physics or other research on the teaching and learning of physics that complement and/or expand the existing PER efforts will be considered favorably. The successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Physics Department. Candidates must present credentials that will justify appointment at this level, including research experience beyond the doctorate in PER.