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Faculty Positions

The University of Connecticut is one of the nation’s leading public research universities and is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and diverse community of students, faculty and staff.

Take your seat among our distinguished faculty, and help us address the most pressing issues of our times.

Please select a school or college below to view available faculty positions or visit our Endowed Chairs.

 

Faculty Positions

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources
Storrs, CT
The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in eight academic departments, and has an increasing presence in health-based programming, applied resource economics, environmental sciences, and food safety.

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College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Storrs and Regional Campuses
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences includes 24 departments across the humanities, sciences, and social sciences, as well as centers, institutes, and interdisciplinary working groups that break down disciplinary boundaries, generate unexpected insights and innovative ideas, and create new fields of inquiry.

 

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Neag School of Education
Storrs, CT
The Neag School of Education stands out as a major contributor to instructional and research excellence at the University of Connecticut, one of the nation’s leading public higher education institutions.

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School of Business
Storrs and Regional Campuses
The School of Business offers numerous master’s and doctoral programs including three MBA programs—full-time, executive, and part-time; three specialized master’s programs —accounting, business analytics and project management, and financial risk management; and a full-time Ph.D. program.

 

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School of Engineering
Storrs, CT
The School of Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate degrees across engineering disciplines in seven departments. The School has exceptional students, strong scholarship in terms of knowledge generation and application, and vibrant public-private partnerships with major economic impact on the state and beyond.

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School of Fine Arts
Storrs and Regional Campuses
The School of Fine Arts offers 11 undergraduate and nine graduate degrees across the arts and arts-related humanities, and enables all students at UConn to participate in and study the arts.

 

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School of Law
UConn School of Law is the top-ranked public law school in the Northeast, offering a professional education of the highest quality. Its Gothic Revival campus is located in the West End of Hartford, a few miles from the state Capitol and courts, as well as the headquarters of leading insurance companies and other major corporations.

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School of Nursing
Storrs and Regional Campuses
The School of Nursing offers prelicensure and graduate programs with many advanced practice nursing specialties at the master’s and doctoral levels. The School is designated as a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education based on the pedagogical expertise of its faculty.

 

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School of Pharmacy
Storrs and other CT locations
The UConn School of Pharmacy offers challenging programs in pharmacy practice and the pharmaceutical sciences, leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, or the Ph.D. degrees in the pharmaceutical sciences.

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School of Social Work
West Hartford, CT
The School of Social Work offers a Ph.D. degree and a large MSW program with an unusually full and rich array of specializations in the field of social work. Graduates play major roles in planning, administering, and providing social and mental health services in Connecticut, the region, and beyond.

 

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Global Affairs
Storrs, CT
UConn Global Affairs provides university-wide leadership to build and sustain global education at the University of Connecticut.

 

 

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COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
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ACCOMMODATIONS FOR APPLICANTS WITH DISABILITIES
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RECRUITING VETERANS
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