Chemical and Biological Engineering Non-Tenure Track Faculty
Fort Collins, CO
Posted: June 7, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
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Position Type Faculty
Work Hours/Week 40
Description of Work Unit
The Chemical and Biological Engineering program at CSU has had a record of very high-quality education and research since its inception in 1977. There are currently 400 undergraduate and 25 full time graduate students in the program, 14 tenure-track faculty, and two full time non-tenure track faculty. All of the tenure-track faculty members hold at least one joint appointment in departments or schools inside and outside the college, and in that capacity, advise an additional 30 PhD students in chemistry, cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, molecular, cellular, and integrative neuroscience, and materials science and engineering.
The Department has integrated both chemical and biological sciences into our undergraduate curriculum and offers one of the only ABET-accredited Chemical and Biological Engineering BS degrees in the country. Our faculty are engaged in exciting research work, with emphases on bioenergy, biochemical and biomedical engineering, experimental and computational systems biology, synthetic biology and metabolic engineering, bioanalytical devices and microfluidics, polymer science, and biomaterials. Further information is available by contacting the search committee [email protected].
Colorado State Universityis a public, land-grant University, encompassing 57 academic departments in 8 colleges, housing more than 72 majors and 105 graduate degree programs. In addition, the University has established numerous interdisciplinary programs, including the School of Biomedical Engineering, the School of Advanced Materials Discovery, and the School of Global Environmental Sustainability. Total undergraduate enrollment is approximately 25,500, plus 7,500 graduate students. The graduate student enrollment in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is approximately 970, with 2,400 full-time undergraduate students. Research expenditures at the University in 2021-22 totaled over $447 million.
The University is located in Fort Collins, a friendly city of 170,000 located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of approximately 1500 m. Fort Collins was named one of six national “Places of Innovation” by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, and Colorado State University was designated by the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University for its impact on economic development. Fort Collins is consistently ranked among the “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by Forbes, Buzzfeed, Livability.com, and other sources, with an excellent public school system, an impressive selection of restaurants and quality fine arts programs, and the resources of Denver approximately an hour drive away. The campus is also an hour drive from Rocky Mountain National Park and has ready access to thousands of square miles of forest and mountains with exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities. Numerous national and internationally renowned ski resorts in Colorado are also readily accessible from Fort Collins.
Colorado State University has a campus culture that is driven by a desire always to do better and a vision to be the best place to learn, work, and discover. Our Principles of Community – Inclusion, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Social Justice – reflect our core values and support CSU’s mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service, and engagement.
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