Organic Chemistry, Spring 2014 (Part time)

The Chemistry Department (http://www.haverford.edu/chemistry/) seeks a Visiting (open-rank) Professor to teach second semester Organic Chemistry during Spring Semester, 2014. The position includes three lectures plus three recitations per week. The candidate must have teaching experience and expertise in organic chemistry

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (SPRING 2014, PART-TIME)

The Chemistry Department (http://www.haverford.edu/chemistry/) seeks a Visiting (open-rank) Professor to teach second semester Organic Chemistry during Spring Semester, 2014. The position includes three lectures plus three recitations per week. The candidate must have teaching experience and expertise in organic chemistry.

Submit the following application materials to Vicky Algieri (valgieri@haverford.edu) in one electronic file (PDF format): a cover letter including reasons for interest in position, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references. Questions may be directed to Dr. Robert Scarrow, Chair (rscarrow@haverford.edu). Applications will be considered immediately until the position has been filled. Haverford College (www.haverford.edu) is located 9 miles northwest of downtown Philadelphia.

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