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The Warrior Community seeks a full-time faculty member for the College of Arts & Sciences. The Assistant/Associate Professor of Physics will be responsible for teaching physics, and possibly mathematics, courses that support the science, engineering, and computer sciences programs: and developing and teaching algebra-based and calculus-based physics lecture and laboratory courses, as well as other courses which support STEM degree programs.
This is a tenure-track, 9-month position teaching in face-to-face and online course delivery. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, professional development, student development, and service to the College of Arts and Sciences.
The position includes teaching four courses per semester as assigned by the Dean, holding eight office hours per week, and advising and fostering relationships both in and out of the classroom. Additional duties include fulfilling service and professional development requirements as outlined in the tenure process, actively participating in student recruiting and retention initiatives, designing and revising program curriculum for optimal student success, delivering effective courses, practicums, field experiences, and laboratories to meet the program learning outcomes, and supporting the mission, vision, and strategic plan of Indiana Institute of Technology.
The successful candidate will work closely with STEM programs at Indiana Tech. This faculty position reports to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Master’s degree required doctorate preferred, in Physics or a closely related STEM field, and college-level teaching experience is required, especially with laboratory-based courses with a hands-on data collection emphasis. The preferred candidate will have experience teaching a variety of physics and mathematics classes. Demonstration of the ability to work with a diverse student population and demonstration of developing effective relationships with students that prepare students for academic and career success is necessary. Applicants should be able to use technology effectively in all aspects of their work, including teaching. Experience teaching with a Learning Management System, preferably Blackboard, is required.
A complete job description is available to qualified candidates.
Application materials must include a cover letter, vitae, and transcripts. Faculty are expected to provide official transcripts upon hire.
The position remains open until filled. For preferred review of materials please apply by December 10, 2022.