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The University of Notre Dame’s newly ratified Center for Theology, Science, and Human Flourishing will start its activities in August 2015 under the direction of Prof. Celia Deane-Drummond. The University of Notre Dame invites applications from qualified candidates for the position of Associate Director to begin ideally on May 1st 2016 at the latest, or earlier depending on the circumstances of the candidate appointed. The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree in an area that is relevant to the aims of the Center, with a preference for those with strong academic training and scholarly and other publications primarily in one or more of physics, philosophy of science, history of science, theology, or religious studies. Those with dual training or experience across more than one discipline are particularly welcome to apply. Candidates will need to demonstrate a clear profile in scholarly research and publications, good communication skills, the ability to take initiative in research grant development, administrative leadership and excellence in teaching in higher education contexts.
Responsibilities of the post include leading the development of new grants in collaboration with Faculty, especially members of the Center who are housed in the College of Science; assisting all members of the Center with grant applications relevant to the aims of the Center; leading the Center in its work of outreach and communication in collaboration with the relevant Centers and Institutes on campus, such as the John Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values, the Institute for Church Life, or the Center for Social Concerns; having primary oversight of web development and publicity for the Center; willingness to take additional administrative responsibilities associated with the current research programs to be negotiated with the Center Director. The Associate Director will also have the opportunity to participate in the exciting, novel research program of the Center in their discipline and on other cross-disciplinary efforts. The relative proportion of these different responsibilities will be negotiated with the Center Director at least on a quarterly basis in accordance with the particular demands of the Center.
PhD in relevant field required, preference for those with strong academic training and scholarly and other publications primarily in one or more of physics, philosophy of science, history of science, theology, or religious studies.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a clear profile in scholarly research and publications, excellent communication skills, the ability to take initiative in research grant development, administrative leadership and excellence in teaching in higher education contexts.
Those with dual training or experience across more than one discipline are particularly welcome to apply.
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Applicants should submit a single PDF containing a cover letter explaining your research interests and potential interest in this position, a c.v., and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org . Three letters of recommendation should be sent separately (or via a dossier service) to the same address. Review of applications will begin September 15th and continue until the position is filled.
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Wheaton College seeks to fill a new tenure track position of assistant professor in engineering for the fall 2016 semester.
Wheaton's "3-2", or dual-degree engineering program, begun in 1969, has grown from a pre-engineering program and now includes a growing list of engineering courses in the catalog.
We are seeking candidates with an earned PhD in engineering, broad knowledge of the discipline, the ability to provide skilled and motivational instruction in lower division engineering courses, and a desire to engage students' passions and interests in an active-learning environment.
Industry experience as a practicing engineer, with hands-on design and project experience, is highly valued. It is expected that the candidate will maintain a research program on campus or in collaboration with neighboring national labs or industry, preferably one in which students are involved.
Interest in the interaction of Christian faith with the practice of engineering and active mentoring of students in this area is an important component of the position.
The College is located 25 miles west of Chicago and is near two national laboratories. For more information, please visit www.wheaton.edu/physics. Wheaton College is an evangelical Christian liberal arts college whose faculty and staff affirm a Statement of Faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations. The College complies with federal and state guidelines of nondiscrimination in employment. Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will beginNovember 1 and continue until the position is filled. A fact sheet with more detailed information about the 3-2 program is available upon request.
Interested individuals should send a curriculum vitae and a statement of teaching philosophy and research interests to:
Dr. Darren Craig
501 College Avenue
Wheaton, IL 60187
Applications will be mailed to promising candidates.
The University of Notre Dame has just established a new Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing, directed by Professor Celia Deane-Drummond. Following receipt of a generous grant from the Templeton Religion Trust for a multidisciplinary project led by Celia Deane-Drummond, Darcia Narvaez and Tom Stapleford, entitled 'Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science' we are looking for five three-year postdoctoral fellows across the disciplines of psychology, history and philosophy of science, theology, ethnography. Part of the project will be based at the University of Durham (UK). Start date for all these positions is January 2016; and the closing date for receipt of applications is mid August or until the position can be filled. Please spread widely to all your various networks!.This provides a wonderful opportunity for talented young scholars in the relevant disciplines. Further details of these positions can be found here:Yours Sincerely
Professor Celia E Deane-Drummond,Department of Theology,130 Malloy Hall,University of Notre Dame,Notre Dame,Indiana46556 USA
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences seeks applications from individuals for a one-year faculty appointment in chemistry. Duties include teaching 4 classes from General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Analytical Chemistry for a total of 24 load hours as well as supervising lab activities and student workers.
Candidates for faculty positions must support Judson University’s distinctively Christian Mission and must 1) hold an earned master’s degree in chemistry or a related science; doctorate preferred; experience teaching would be considered favorably 2) demonstrate an active and growing Christian faith 3) share a commitment to excellence in teaching within a Christ-centered, academic community,4) be willing to affirm the university’s mission and community standards (see www.judsonu.edu/about/) and 5) possess collaborative skills to work with colleagues in the department and faculty in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
This positions would be hired at the assistant or associate professor level depending upon qualifications.
Applicants should send a letter of application expressing interest in the position and a completed application (http://www.judsonu.edu/jobs/). For more information, please contact Dr. Peter Sandberg: email@example.com (847) 628-1098.
About Judson University
Judson is an evangelical Christian university of the liberal arts, sciences and professions and is located in Elgin IL, 40 miles northwest of Chicago on the banks of the Fox River. The University seeks candidates who are committed to an evangelical Christian worldview and to seeking an integration of their faith in all facets of their life and work.
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