Two Chemistry positions
​beginning July 1, 2018

Two Visiting Assistant Professors (General Chemisty - one year)

Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in chemistry or have earned it before August 2018.  For these two positions the responsibilities include teaching general chemistry lecture and laboratory with the possibility of upper level contributions. F&M provides institutional support for research programs that engage undergraduates. Applicants  must  submit  a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, teaching statement, and teaching evaluation forms directly to Interfolio Applicants must arrange for the direct submission of three letters of recommendation through Interfolio. For full consideration applications should be received by February 9,  2018.

Information about the Chemistry Department may be accessed at

Pursuant to cultivating an inclusive college community, the search committee will holistically assess the qualifications of each applicant.  We will consider an individual’s record working with students and colleagues with diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds.  We will also consider experience overcoming or helping others overcome barriers to academic success.

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Student Job Opportunites 

The Chemistry Department is now accepting applications for Summer (May 7 - Aug 24) and Fall 2018 Semester  Lab Assistants. Visit Handshake and search for "Chemistry Lab Assistant" or pick up and drop off applications at the Chemistry Office (HAC301B).

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