The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, invites applications for three faculty positions to begin August 2020. The new faculty members will be expected to provide excellent teaching and research mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Successful applicants will also be expected to develop externally-funded research programs of significance. We anticipate hiring at least one candidate in the area of astronomy. We also welcome applicants in theoretical/computational physics, materials physics, and other areas that strengthen or complement existing research programs (see physics.byu.edu). Interested candidates should complete an online faculty application at yjobs.byu.edu (posting 84092 under Faculty Positions) with current CV, a cover letter outlining teaching and research experience and aspirations, and also the name and contacts of three people willing to provide letters of recommendations. Applications must be received by October 15. For additional information, contact the chair of the faculty search committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. BYU, an equal opportunity employer, requires all faculty members to observe the university’s honor code and dress and grooming standards. Preference is given to qualified candidates who are members in good standing of the affiliated church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Internal Number: 84092
About Brigham Young University
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Brigham Young University has 34 faculty members, an undergraduate enrollment of over 300 majors, and a graduate-student enrollment of approximately 40. Areas of research activities may be viewed at physics.byu.edu .
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