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Type: Full-Time Faculty Date Available: Immediately
The Department of Chemistry, Forensic Science, Oceanography and Physics in The School of Arts & Sciences is seeking a chemist who can teach biochemistry and informatics courses for chemistry majors, as well as coursework in General Chemistry and courses appropriate to the candidate’s background. Applicants who are qualified to teach forensic science courses, would be given special consideration. Must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework.
Qualifications: Ph.D. preferred. M.S. required. Excellent teaching is required. Limited research with undergraduate students is expected.