Visiting professor position (inorganic or physical) at Haverford

Julio de Paula jdepaula at haverford.edu
Wed Mar 28 15:13:55 EST 2001


<x-charset iso-8859-1>Dear colleagues:

I ask your assistance in identifying possible candidates for
a VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of INORGANIC or PHYSICAL Chemistry at
Haverford College.  If suitable candidates come to mind, I would appreciate
it if you
would either e-mail Prof. Robert Scarrow (rscarrow at haverford.edu) their
names, or forward this message to them.

Thank you for your time.

Julio de Paula
Haverford College

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The advertisement appeared in this week's Chemical and Engineering News
(March 26)

HAVERFORD COLLEGE seeks full-time Visiting Assistant Professor of
inorganic or physical Chemistry to teach introductory and
junior-level courses from 8/2001 to 5/2002. Ph.D. is required.
Courses to be taught are described at http://www.haverford.edu/chem.
Send CV, statement of teaching interests, and names of 3 references
(w/ address, phone and e-mail) to Dr. Robert Scarrow, Haverford
College, 370 Lancaster Ave., Haverford, PA 19041. Evaluation of
applications begins April 9. HC is an EO/AA employer.

The advertisement also appears, with additional details, at the
following web site: http://www.haverford.edu/Chem/dept/jobs.htm

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Additional comments:

The position comes with a full time teaching load; we do not expect
the person who fills this position to carry on any research program
at Haverford, although we would try to be supportive by providing lab
space, etc. for a candidate who wishes to carry out a small amount of
research.

In the past six years, visiting assistant professors in our
department have had a good track record of obtaining tenure-track
positions at other predominantly undergraduate institutions (Vassar
College, University of New Haven, Penn State-Berks Campus, and the U.S.
Naval Academy); these were all positions they interviewed for while
working at Haverford.

Haverford is well situated for two career (even two chemist)
families, since it is in a close suburb of Philadephia.

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