[Cugapost] Assistant Professor in Nuclear Theory at Penn State Berks
lorelei at jlab.org
Fri Feb 6 14:15:57 EST 2015
Penn State Berks invites applications for a tenure-track position at the
rank of Assistant Professor in Theoretical Hadron Physics starting in
August 2015. The initial appointment will be as a bridge position with
the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility for a period of up to
five years. During this period, the faculty member will be expected to
actively engage in projects that contribute to the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV
We encourage applications from individuals whose research complement and
enhance our current research programs at Penn State Berks in Theoretical
Nuclear Physics and Phenomenological Data Analysis, in particular in
building a multi-dimensional image of the internal structure of the
nucleon within the framework of Quantum Chromodynamics. A high priority
will be placed on developing a research program involving undergraduate
students. A commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate
level is essential.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in physics, with at least two years of
research experience beyond the Ph.D. degree, a published research record
in theoretical hadron physics, and a demonstrated potential to teach
effectively at the undergraduate level.
Application materials should include: a letter describing the
individual`s qualifications for the position; curriculum vitae that
includes the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references; a
vision statement addressing research and teaching; and three letters of
recommendation. Applications received by March 5, 2015 will be given
full consideration; however review of applications will begin
immediately. Applicants must apply online in order to be considered.
Copies of these materials can also be sent to lpg10 at psu.edu and
michaelp at jlab.org. Email inquiries to lpg10 at psu.edu.
For information about Penn State Berks, visit our website at
www.bk.psu.edu. Information about Physics at Penn State Berks can be
found at http://physics.bk.psu.edu/.
Apply to job 55729 at http://www.psu.jobs
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