Article in Fall 2003 Chemistry Magazine published by the American Chemical Society which describes the Berea College chemistry department.
The Chemistry Program at Berea College invites applications for a visiting appointment in organic chemistry starting fall 2013. With satisfactory performance, up to three years are possible with this appointment. Teaching responsibilities will consist of general chemistry, organic chemistry, and general studies science courses. Candidates with experience in green/environmental chemistry are particularly encouraged to apply, as well as candidates interested in starting green chemistry undergraduate research. This position will give the candidate a chance to experience teaching in a liberal arts environment under the mentorship of expert chemistry faculty while simultaneously establishing a research program. This position is well suited for recent Ph.D. graduates and post-doctoral researchers in organic chemistry who have a long-term interest in teaching at the undergraduate level, particularly those with a focus on environmental/green chemistry.
Interested applicants should send curriculum vitae, graduate and undergraduate academic transcripts (unofficial are acceptable for the application process), a statement of teaching philosophy, research proposal, and three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Matthew Saderholm, Coordinator, Chemistry Program, email@example.com. Consideration of applicants will begin in December 2012; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Berea College achieved national distinction as the first coeducational and interracial college in the South. With an emphasis on service to the people of Appalachia and beyond, Berea enrolls 1,600 students from 40 states and 60 countries. As a reflection of its continuing commitment to interracial education, Berea is among the most racially diverse private liberal arts college in the United States. Berea admits only students whose families are unable to afford the high cost of tuition and awards each of them a four-year tuition scholarship. Berea’s students excel in the College’s supportive but demanding academic environment, and many are the first in their families to graduate from college. The College is one of seven federally recognized Work Colleges, and all students hold a labor position in which they work 10-12 hours per week. Graduates distinguish themselves in a variety of fields, including social service, government, ministry, the arts, business, education, medicine, and science, and many go on to earn graduate degrees.
Located where the Bluegrass Region meets the Cumberland Mountains, the town of Berea (pop. 16,000) lies forty miles south of Lexington and is approximately two hours from Cincinnati, Louisville, and Knoxville. More information about Berea College is available at www.berea.edu.
Berea College, in light of its mission in the tradition of impartial love and social equality, welcomes all people of the earth to learn and work here.
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