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.

Please select a school or college below to view available faculty positions.

College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources - Storrs Campus

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in eight academic departments, with a commitment to extension outreach focused on sustainable agriculture and food systems, human and animal health, environmental sciences, sustainable landscapes, and more.

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences - Storrs Campus

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences includes 25 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.

Neag School of Education - Storrs Campus

The Neag School of Education offers programs in such areas as school psychology; sport management; higher education and student affairs; counseling; and teacher and administrator preparation.

School of Business - Storrs Campus

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.

School of Engineering - Storrs Campus

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.

School of Fine Arts - Storrs & 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

School of Law - Hartford

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.

School of Nursing - Storrs & 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 ranked among the top 30 nursing master’s programs in the country and the top 5 in New England.

School of Pharmacy - Storrs Campus

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.

School of Social Work - Downtown Hartford

Located in downtown Hartford, the UConn School of Social Work offers BSW, MSW and Ph.D. programs. These programs support our central mission – the promotion of social and economic justice; and the improvement of human well-being at home and across the globe – through scholarship and practice.

Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning - Storrs Campus

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is dedicated to the support and advancement of evidence-based, equity minded and inclusive teaching and learning practices at the University of Connecticut.

Global Affairs - Storrs Campus

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

Humanities Institute - Storrs Campus

The mission of the UConn Humanities Institute (UCHI) is to promote research on the whole human being, and to act as a voice for that research on the global stage. In hosting annual residential fellowships, offering opportunities for humanities-focused programming, and fostering an interdisciplinary space for scholars to think, collaborate, and create, the Institute serves as a global hub for scholars dedicated to humanist scholarship and activism.

Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP) - Storrs Campus

The mission of UConn’s Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP) is to bring together individuals with diverse scientific, clinical, and methodological expertise and support their evolution into collaborative investigators who conduct innovative interdisciplinary research that impacts public health and well-being.

Institute for Materials Science - Storrs Campus

IMS provides outstanding graduate research, education, and outreach in the interdisciplinary fields of Materials Science and Polymer Science. The Institute also provides characterization services supporting research and development efforts for Connecticut’s industries, UConn, and other New England academic institutions.

CT State Museum of Natural History - Storrs Campus

The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History is an important part of the University's broad educational vision--a vision focused not only on passing knowledge to future generations, but on applying this knowledge to solve problems and improve the quality of people's lives.

Center for Open Research Resources & Equipment (COR2E) - Storrs Campus

The Center for Open Research Resources and Equipment (COR²E) serves as the gateway to research resources available to the UConn community. In addition to providing a variety of software tools for exploring UConn research and expertise, COR²E is also the managing entity for a wide variety of core facilities, housing both state-of-the-art equipment and expertise.

UConn Tech Park - Storrs Campus

The Innovation Partnership Building (IPB) at the UConn Tech Park is UConn’s premier center for state of the art equipment, cutting edge scientific research and industry partnerships.

Institute for Systems Genomics - Storrs Campus

The Institute for Systems Genomics (ISG) was established in November 2012 with a mission of promoting world-class research and training in genomics and personalized medicine across UConn’s Schools and Colleges.

UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering - Storrs Campus

The UTC-IASE serves as a hub for world-class research, project-based learning by globally-distributed teams of students, and industrial outreach activities focused on model-based systems engineering (MBSE) of complex systems that are built from, and are dependent on, the synergy of computational and physical components.

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