The University of Connecticut is in the Midst of a Transformation.
Come help us finish the job. Join the ranks of our distinguished Faculty in an Endowed Chair.
For the past twenty years we have engaged in phenomenal growth, we’ve built a world-class university, while honing our strategic vision with a plan for 21st century excellence. With billions in unprecedented financial investment, we have hired 400 new tenure-line faculty over the last five years, with dozens of additional openings to fill. We are building our future with endowed chairs and tenure-line faculty in many areas: philosophy, genomics, additive manufacturing, finance, cognitive neuroscience, and human rights, to name just a few. You can view these openings below.
Applications and nominations are invited for a Distinguished Professorship in Chemistry. The Harold S. Schwenk Sr. Distinguished Chair in Chemistry will join the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Connecticut to establish a program of the highest caliber in both scholarship and teaching.
The successful candidate will contribute to research and scholarship through high impact publications and extramural funding and will sustain national and international recognition as a scholar. The faculty member will have a deep commitment to effective instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels as demonstrated in the prior development of innovative courses and in effective mentoring of students in research, outreach and professional development. The successful candidate will have broadened participation among members of under-represented groups and demonstrated through their research, teaching, and/or public engagement the richness of diversity in the learning experience.
The Finance Department in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut invites applications for the Toscano Family Chair in Finance starting in the fall of 2018. The successful candidate is expected to be hired at the rank of Full Professor and will be considered for tenure at hire. Candidates with research interest in all areas of Financial Economics are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate is expected to be a leading scholar and continue to contribute to high quality research & scholarship in premier journals in financial economics, and to help guide research efforts in their areas of expertise through mentoring and other interactions with department faculty and graduate students. In addition to research, the successful candidate is expected to teach courses at the undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. levels, and contribute to the outreach and service initiatives at the school and university. Successful candidates will share a deep commitment to effective instruction, development of innovative courses and mentoring of students in research, outreach, and professional development. Successful candidates will also be expected to broaden participation among members of under-represented groups; demonstrate through their research, teaching, and/or public engagement the richness of diversity in the learning experience; integrate multicultural experiences into instructional methods and research tools; contribute to the development of pedagogical techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and intellectual interests.
The School of Pharmacy at the University of Connecticut invites qualified candidates to apply for the position of Boehringer Ingelheim Endowed Chair in Mechanistic Toxicology within the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. This is a full-time (9-month appointment) tenure track position at the Associate or Full Professor level.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to research and scholarship (approximately 60% of time) through extramural funding, high quality publications, and impact as measured through citations, and to sustain national and international recognition as a scholar. The faculty member will teach at the School of Pharmacy, sharing a deep commitment to effective instruction at the undergraduate, professional and graduate levels, development of innovative courses and mentoring of students in research, outreach and professional development. An exciting new initiative is a toxicology curriculum being developed in collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim and geared towards company employees and UConn students. Successful candidates will also be expected to broaden participation among members of under-represented groups; demonstrate through their research, teaching, and/or public engagement the richness of diversity in the learning experience; integrate multicultural experiences into instructional methods and research tools; leadership in developing pedagogical techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and intellectual interests.
As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.
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The University of Connecticut Police Department invites all prospective University employees, current employees and students to read the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and the compilation of criminal incidents charged or alleged on campus grounds “crime log”. These reports are prepared in cooperation with many departments throughout the university along with local law enforcement agencies. These entities provide updated information on their educational efforts and programs to comply with the Clery Act. Written copies of the report may be requested from the UConn Police Department. Visit clery.uconn.edu for additional information.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
UConn is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all its employees and applicants for employment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religious creed, age, sex, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disabilities (including learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, past/present history of a mental disorder), prior conviction of a crime (or similar characteristic), workplace hazards to reproductive systems, gender identity or expression, or other factors which cannot lawfully be the basis for employment actions.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR APPLICANTS WITH DISABILITIES
Employees, students, visitors and applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations to address limitations resulting from a disability. Accommodations are available to help applicants complete application materials and also during the interview and hiring process itself. The University engages in an interactive process with each person making a request for accommodations and reviews the requests on an individualized, case-by-case basis.
UConn respects the commitment of applicants and employees who have served in the armed forces and values their skills and abilities. The University has dedicated efforts to actively recruit, employ and support veterans as members of the UConn community. The University of Connecticut is committed to the recruitment of veterans for employment and promotion throughout the University and ensures accommodation for veterans with disabilities.
To request an accommodation or for questions related to the University’s non-discrimination policies, please contact: the Office of Diversity & Equity at 860-486-2943 or via e-mail at ODE@uconn.edu or the Office of Veteran Affairs and Military Programs at 860-486-2442 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.