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Institution:Oregon State University
Department:School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Location:Corvallis, Oregon
Target rank:Assistant Professor
Tenure track:yes
Start date:Fall 2012
Posting date:January 10, 2012
Application deadline:none
Contact: Elisha Brackett
Research areas:Transport phenomena, Nanotechnology, Dynamics/control, Process engineering, Environment/sustainability, Modeling/simulation, Thermo/stat-mech, Bioengineering, Reaction engineering, Materials, Energy, Separations, Manufacturing/logistics, Education

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Oregon State University's School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering (CBEE) will fill two full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant Professor positions to begin September 16, 2012. The School, which uniquely aligns the three programs, is a hub for innovation in both education and research, and has strong relationships with the Oregon Nanoscience and
Microtechnology Institute, Oregon Built Environment and Sustainable
Technologies Center, the OSU Subsurface Biosphere Initiative, and OSU Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning. The position requires a Ph.D. degree in Chemical, Biological, or Environmental Engineering, or a closely related field, and a commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity. The successful candidates are expected to develop a nationally recognized research program. To
review postings and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs, search posting numbers 8271 and 8335. To be assured full consideration, applications should be received by January 31, 2012; however, each position will remain open until filled. Oregon State University
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. As an institution of higher education and as a community of scholars, we are committed to the elimination of discrimination, and to the provision of equal opportunity in education and employment. An important part of this effort is to encourage qualified women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans to