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The Department of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University invites applications for open faculty positions at any level. All research areas will be considered, but priority will be given to candidates who build upon existing strengths and opportunities in materials or processes that address the challenges of energy supply, sustainability, and renewable resources, and research at the intersection of engineering and the bio-sciences. Outstanding candidates will be considered for several open endowed positions. Learn more
The Department of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University (K-State) invites applications for a non-tenure track faculty positions with outstanding potential in chemical engineering education. The position entails serving as an instructor or co-instructor of record for undergraduate courses within the department such as Materials Science and Engineering, Material and Energy Balances, Transport Phenomena Laboratory, Unit Operations Laboratory, Computational Techniques, Plant Design, and/or Process Controls. The title of the position is dependent on the applicant's qualifications; possibilities include instructor, teaching assistant professor, or professor of practice. Learn more