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Non-Tenure Track PER Position - Arizona State University - Oct 26, 2010

The Department of Physics at Arizona State University (ASU) seeks applications for a non-tenure track assistant/associate clinical professor or academic professional in physics education research. ASU has a long tradition of science education activities involving high school science teachers. Ideal candidates would have experience related to research in enhancing physics teaching at the high school level. Applicants must have a PhD in physics or a closely related field at the time of appointment, an outstanding record of research accomplishments with clear potential to establish a vigorous, externally funded, research program, and show a strong commitment to excellence in teaching. Demonstrated experience in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment and excellent verbal/written English skills are desired. Rank will be determined based on candidate's experience and expertise.

Tenure-Track Position - Drury University - Oct 26, 2010

The Drury University Physics Department invites applications for a tenure-track position, rank open, to start Fall 2011. A Ph.D. is required. Our department consists of three full-time faculty, and we seek a fourth colleague with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching at all levels (including general education), and to the development of an active research program that provides meaningful experiences for undergraduates.

Postdoc Postions - University of Eastern Finland - Oct 07, 2010

The University of Eastern Finland has 10 post doc positions available. If you know people recently got PhD and willing to do research on the area of physics or math education, please ask them contact Pekka Hirvonen.

PER Research Associate position at Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS - Jun 17, 2010

The Physics Education Research Group at Kansas State University seek a post-doctoral research associate to focus on research on problem solving, transfer of learning, and appropriate use of technology in learning.  The research associate will conduct qualitative and quantitative research on student learning and problem solving, and disseminate research at national meetings and in peer-reviewed articles.

Special Faculty/Lab Director position at George Washington University - Washington D.C. - Jun 15, 2010

The Department of Physics of The George Washington University has an opening for a Special Service Faculty position as Director of Teaching Laboratories, starting as soon as possible. This position bears the rank of Teaching Instructor for a person holding a Master's degree and Teaching Assistant Professor for the holder of a Doctorate. The term, although not tenure-accruing, is renewable indefinitely.

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