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Assistant Professor of Aquatic Ecology/Evolutionary Biology
Towson University
Two positions available. See link for details.
Assistant Professor of Integrative Biology
Towson University
This is for two positions. See link for details.
Assistant Provost of Diversity & Inclusion for Academic Affairs
Towson University
Please see link for details. Position 210000O3.
Tenure-Line Assistant/Associate Professor, Computer Science
University of St Thomas
The University of St. Thomas’s Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CISC) invites applications for two tenure-line assistant/associate professor positions in computer science. The appointments will begin in fall 2022, and the search committee welcomes applicants with expertise in any area of computer science. We are seeking outstanding candidates who are dedicated to innovative undergraduate teaching, creating a productive research agenda, and contributing to the sense of community and support among students, staff, and faculty.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Earth and Planetary Data Analytics
Virginia Tech
The Department of Geosciences at Virginia Tech ( invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the broad area of Earth and Planetary Data Analytics. We anticipate hiring an Assistant Professor; however, candidates at a higher rank may be considered. The successful candidate will have a research and teaching portfolio centered in data science with a focus on problems in the Earth, planetary, environmental, or climate sciences. This may include the development and/or application of data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, information theory or similar cutting-edge methods for making novel advances in Earth and planetary sciences.

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in earth science, planetary science, data science, applied math, computational science, or a closely related field at the time of appointment and have demonstrated experience in the application of data analytics, analysis or machine learning, or artificial intelligence to earth or planetary science problems. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate: (1) a strong commitment to principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in research, teaching, and university service; (2) the potential to establish a strong research program and attract external funding; (3) how their teaching and mentoring will benefit our student community.

Candidates should apply online in response to posting 517630. Application materials include: (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of research interests, (4) statement of teaching philosophy, (5) statement articulating the candidate’s vision to enhance diversity in geo- and planetary sciences, (6) one research product that illustrates the quality and potential of the applicant’s work (e.g., peer-reviewed journal article that is published or in-press), and (7) names and contact information for three references.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Anti-Racism in Higher Education
University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Humanities Education for Anti-racism Literacy in the Sciences and Medicine (HEAL) project at the University of Wisconsin–Madison invites applications for a 2-year postdoctoral associate position to begin January 25, 2022 or as negotiated. We seek a qualitative or mixed-methods researcher with scholarly expertise in diversity and inclusion or anti-racism in higher education to both develop research in collaboration with the project team and to assist with project management.
The HEAL project, funded by the Mellon Foundation’s Just Futures Initiative, seeks to improve equitable access to higher education by drawing on humanities research to advance anti-racist practices and pedagogy in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM). Our project centers on the premise that equitable access to higher education and anti-racism in STEMM require both targeted interventions to increase recruitment and advancement of minoritized students, staff, and faculty as well as educating all STEMM students and educators about histories of systemic racism and colonialism that continue to influence higher education practices and policies. Our multidisciplinary team brings together humanists, scientists, educators, pre-graduate and graduate students, and community and Tribal partners to leverage humanities-based knowledge to improve access and education in STEMM in higher education, including a special emphasis on Black and Native students.
The Postdoctoral Fellow will join the Higher Education team of our project. The position will include both research (50%)—developing a higher education systems change project in collaboration with the project team and advancing the fellow’s own research—and project management (50%,) which includes assistance in coordinating events and team meetings, drafting project reports, liaising with HEAL leadership team and student fellows, and other activities. Possible themes for project-oriented research include how the HEAL project i
Assistant Professor of Biology
San Francisco State University
San Francisco State University, Department of Biology invites applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Health Equity Research beginning August 2022. We are especially interested in qualified candidates with a demonstrated commitment -- through their research, teaching, and service -- to the diversity and excellence of our academic community/department/program.
Assistant Professor -Multicultural Psychology/Diversity Science
University of Colorado Denver
The Department of Psychology at the University of Colorado Denver invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in Fall 2022. This is a position for a psychologist with scholarly and pedagogical interests in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Specifically, we seek candidates with a demonstrated expertise in teaching, mentoring, and research that addresses the experience of the minoritized. Applicants with one or more of the following focus areas are encouraged to apply (though not limited to): multicultural psychology, social determinants of health, intersectionality, discrimination, implicit bias, health disparities and equity, poverty, intergenerational trauma, racial identity development, structural racism and inter-group processes. We are particularly interested in a program of research that addresses culture, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, gender diversity, immigration status, socio-economic status, age, geographic location (e.g., urban, rural), and/or (dis)ability.  Applicants must apply online at, refer to requisition ID 23111. Please include a cover letter describing research and teaching interests, current curriculum vitae, sample (p)reprints, a research statement, a teaching statement and contact information for at least three professional references. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
Professor of Educational Practice, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah
University of Utah
The Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Utah invites applications for two career-line (non tenure-track) faculty members at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (Lecturer). We seek long-term colleagues who will join our talented group of instructional faculty and be fully integrated into our department. The position requires a graduate degree in physics or a related area.

Excellent communication, organization, and leadership skills are expected. The two positions are each envisioned as 12-month appointments with standard teaching responsibilities for six departmental courses per year. Some departmental teaching responsibilities could be replaced by activities such as teaching physics at a public charter high school, and/or collaborating with other faculty and staff on projects such as curriculum reform, developing and managing new online courses and helping to support and train peer mentors and teaching assistants.

Details: These salaried (exempt) appointments within the career-line track do not include the possibility of tenure, but are otherwise similar to tenure track appointments with various ranks (assistant, associate, and full professor), the eligibility to apply for external funding, service on committees (including in leadership roles) and the participation in departmental governance. The initial appointment is expected to start on July 1, 2022, will be for two years, and is renewable thereafter. Career-line faculty are reviewed informally on an annual basis, like their tenure-track colleagues. Career-line faculty can be promoted to higher ranks within the career-line track.

Application process: Please apply here: Review of applications will commence on December 1, 2021 and the posting will close on December 31, 2021. If you have questions about this search, please direct them to the chair of the search committee, Prof. Jordan Gerton (
Postdoctoral STEM Education Researcher Researcher
Western Washington University
The Science, Math, and Technology Education (SMATE) department at Western Washington University is looking for an individual with the knowledge and skills to assist us in our research and evaluation work in undergraduate STEM education, science teacher preparation, and K-12 STEM teaching and learning. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Developing, evaluating, and selecting data collection instruments;
Collecting data through surveys, interviews, documentation reviews, and observations;
Analyzing and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data; and
Summarizing and presenting findings in reports, journal articles, and conference presentations.
Contribute to the department’s mission to support and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion among all students.
This position is funded by a grant and funding is anticipated for the next five years, with potential for additional renewed funding.
Physics and/or Astronomy Education Research
Rochester Institute of Technology
The School of Physics and Astronomy at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in physics education research and/or astronomy education research. The position is anticipated to be at the rank of Assistant Professor with a start date of August 2022. Applicants are expected to have the demonstrated ability, or strong potential, to establish and maintain a vigorous, externally funded research program that incorporates undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: inclusion and accessibility in physics education, cognition and reasoning, quantum information science education, teacher and TA preparation, the public understanding of science, informal science education, design/development of experiential research opportunities, computational physics education, and laboratory education.

The successful candidate will contribute to RIT’s Science & Mathematics Education Research Collaborative (SMERC) a group of faculty, postdocs and graduate students from physics, life sciences, chemistry, and mathematics. SMERC hosts an annual NSF REU in discipline-based education research, as well as a seminar series and weekly journal club. Additional collaboration opportunities in engineering education, computing education, and deaf-education/accessibility are encouraged through RIT’s Center for Advancing STEM Teaching Learning & Evaluation.

Successful candidates must have a demonstrated strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research mentoring, as the educational experience of our students is of utmost priority at RIT. Individuals are expected to be eager and able to teach and develop courses across all levels of our physics undergraduate and graduate programs, including graduate courses related to physics education research. A plan to integrate and mentor undergraduate and graduate students at all levels must be part of the candidate's research program.
Chemistry Lecturer
The College of New Jersey
The Department of Chemistry at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) invites applications for a 10-month, non-tenure-track Lecturer starting August 2022. The position is offered for an initial two-year appointment, with potential for renewal for a second two-year appointment and subsequent three-year appointments based on performance.

TCNJ has a strong commitment to inclusive excellence in our community and to supporting a healthy work-life balance for our faculty. TCNJ has been recognized by The Chronicle of Higher Education on its honor roll of “Great Colleges to Work For.”

At TCNJ, General Chemistry is a two-semester sequence (Gen Chem I, Gen Chem II), and each is taught as a multi-instructor, multi-section course. Each course section typically includes 24 to 48 students in the “active learning classroom” and no more than 24 students in each “laboratory.” The Department of Chemistry seeks a candidate to teach in this curriculum and serve as lead coordinator of General Chemistry. The Lecturer facilitates communication among instructors and works to provide equitable standards of learning and assessment for students across all course sections. The Lecturer’s responsibilities include onboarding new instructors, providing ongoing support to the General Chemistry faculty, developing/implementing new student-centered pedagogy with the full-time faculty, and working with the laboratory manager, instrumentation specialist, and other campus partners in teaching and learning. The successful candidate will be able to teach General Chemistry I and II through an inclusive excellence lens and will have excellent organizational, leadership, and communication skills. The ability to teach other chemistry courses is desirable but not required.

Computer Science- Lecturer
The College of New Jersey
The Department of Computer Science at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) invites applications for a ten-month, renewable, non-tenure track faculty Lecturer position in computer science starting August 2022. The position is offered for an initial two-year appointment, with potential for renewal for a second two-year appointment and subsequent three-year appointments based on performance.

We are seeking broadly trained applicants from all areas of computer science, who are passionate about teaching computer science in a primarily undergraduate, residential, liberal arts-centered institution. The successful candidate will teach computer science courses at all levels of the curriculum (introductory-, mid-, and advanced-level) and help to develop innovative, upper-level courses that complement and diversify the department’s offerings. Expertise in cybersecurity or data science is beneficial. The successful candidate will also display dedication to inclusive excellence in STEM and higher education.

Candidates should have a doctorate or master’s degree in Computer Science, or a closely related field; demonstrated excellence in teaching; and a strong commitment to the education of undergraduates. Candidates with equivalent experiences – from industry or other backgrounds – will also be considered.
Tenure-track Faculty Position in Statistics
The College of New Jersey
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) invites outstanding applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in Statistics to join our community starting in August 2022. Candidates at both the Assistant and Associate Professor level will be considered.

TCNJ has a strong commitment to inclusive excellence in our community and to supporting a healthy work-life balance for our faculty of teacher-scholars. TCNJ has been recognized by The Chronicle of Higher Education on its honor roll of “Great Colleges to Work For.”
We seek a broadly trained statistician who has the potential to contribute collaboratively to interdisciplinary curricular and scholarly efforts within the Department, School of Science, and the College. The successful candidate will be passionate about teaching a wide range of statistics courses at every level of the undergraduate curriculum in a primarily undergraduate, residential, liberal arts-centered institution. The successful candidate will also display dedication to inclusive excellence in STEM and higher education.

The typical teaching load is 2 to 3 courses per semester and will be a mixture of introductory courses and upper-level courses, including both applied and theoretical courses. The Department encourages applications from all research areas of statistics, with special interest in – but not limited to – candidates whose research focuses on computational statistics and data science. An earned doctorate in statistics or a closely related field is required, and it must be completed prior to the start date.
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
California State University, Los Angeles
Tenure-track faculty position. Please see link below for the full job description.
Assistant Professor in Biology, with preference given to candidates with a specialization in Computational Biology
California State University, Los Angeles
We are looking to hire an assistant professor of computational biology. We are especially interested in individuals with expertise in genomics/transciptomics, has post-doctoral experience, evidence of securing external funding, and evidence of working closely with and mentoring students, both in the classroom and in collaborative research.
Associate Director of IR
Kenyon College
Come join a small team working on supporting planning and evaluation!
Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar
North Carolina State University Biotechnology Program
The Biotechnology Teaching Program (BIT) at North Carolina State University ( invites applications for a position as Teaching Postdoctoral Scholar in the area of molecular biology. This is a 12-­month position and is renewable for future years based on performance and funding availability.

The Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar will teach sections at the graduate and undergraduate levels of an existing course that covers manipulation and expression of recombinant DNA and CRISPR. The Scholar will also be expected to develop and implement a new laboratory course in a cutting-­edge area of molecular biotechnology within their area of expertise.
CADRE Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellows Program
CADRE - Community for Advancing of Discovery Research in Education
The CADRE Fellows program provides professional growth opportunities for early career researchers (e.g., doctoral students, postdocs, research assistants) whose work centers on diversity, inclusion, equity, and/or justice in preK-12 STEM education. Through a series of capacity-building activities, the program offers Fellows the opportunity to gain insight into what it takes to be successful and effective in this field, become more familiar with NSF practices, and network with DRK-12 awardees and other early career researchers from across the country.

As part of the program, CADRE Fellows:

Attend a program orientation; Participate in discussion with DRK-12 awardees and other STEM education researchers during a series of interactive, topical webinars; Take advantage of informal networking opportunities; Collaborate with other Fellows on activities designed to meet the needs of early career researchers; Meet NSF program directors, learn about the NSF proposal review process, and participate in a mock proposal review led by an NSF program director; and Advance a career-development project specific to their interests (e.g., developing job application materials, a manuscript for publication, a grant proposal, or their research agenda), resulting in a formal presentation at the end of the program.
Program activities focus on: career pathways, research use and dissemination, community building, and research funding. See the 2022 Calendar of Activities to learn more. This year CADRE will accept applications in October and November, and the program will run from January-July 2022.

Program Impacts
As of spring 2021, 118 early career researchers have participated in the CADRE Fellows program. They have reported many benefits from participating in the program, such as:

A better understanding of NSF funding mechanisms and the proposal review process; Professional contact with other STEM education researchers; Awareness of different career opportunities in STEM education.
Lecturer in Chemistry
Towson University
Teach 12 credits of organic and/or forensic chemistry courses per semester
Link: None
Assistant Professor of Biology
University of Houston- Downtown
The Department of Natural Sciences at the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) invites applicants for a tenure-track position in Biology with a focus on plant or fungal ecology at the assistant professor level with an anticipated starting date of August 15, 2022. UHD is a teaching university and tenure-track faculty teach 21 contact hours over two long semesters. Teaching responsibilities for this position include first-year biology and upper-level biology courses based on expertise and the needs of the department. In addition to providing student-centered pedagogy in all courses, this position requires the establishment of a successful research program that actively engages undergraduate students. The faculty member is expected to pursue funding to support their research and to engage in service activities that support the mission of the department and UHD.
Assistant Professor
Northeastern University
Are you interested in an academic career, but concerned about the uncertainty of obtaining a faculty position?
The College of Science at Northeastern University invites applications for multiple, cross-disciplinary tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning academic years 2022-23 or 2023-24. These positions are part of the new College INVEST initiative to hire brilliant and diverse faculty across all demographics of society. Candidates who are completing their PhD or at an early stage of their postdoctoral training are encouraged to apply to these innovative tenure-track faculty appointments.

The College comprises six departments: Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology. Cross-disciplinary research programs and appointments are strongly encouraged within the College, and across the University.The College is seeking to give excellent and diverse candidates at the earliest stages of their careers the opportunity, resources, and support to establish innovative and impactful research careers. Our tenure and promotion process values collaborative research and teamwork. Hires will be mentored for success, with mentoring teams and group guidance.

In the College of Science, we embrace a culture of respect, where each person is valued for their contribution and is treated fairly. We oppose racism. We support a culture that does not tolerate any form of discrimination and where each member belongs. We foster a diverse community, where each person is supported to optimize their trajectory. See our website for more information about the College and its Leadership Team.

Assistant Professor of Biology - Physiology
California State University San Marcos
We are looking for someone to join our department, which is committed to inclusive excellence, as an assistant professor with research and teaching experience in physiology.
Assistan Professor of Biological Sciences - Genetics
California State University San Marcos
We are looking for someone to join our department, which is committed to inclusive excellence, as an assistant professor with research and teaching experience in genetics.
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