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Assistant Professor, Tenure Track,
Department of Community & Environmental Health
Search #HS-0006-14

The Department of Community and Environmental Health, housed in the College of Health Sciences at Boise State University, invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position of Assistant Professor.  Candidates who can contribute to the Boise State mission of becoming a Metropolitan Research University of Distinction are strongly encouraged to apply.

The selected candidate will teach a variety of courses in the department to support both undergraduate and graduate programs; most of these courses will be related to environmental and occupational health.  Candidates with a history or strong potential of effective university teaching, a history or strong potential for research resulting in external funding and peer-reviewed publication, and a commitment to service at the department, college, and university levels will be considered.

Minimum qualifications include:

  • An earned doctorate in Environmental Health, Occupational Health, or closely-related degree
  • Consideration will be given to doctoral candidates who are ABD and whose graduation date is spring or summer 2014
  • A strong commitment to working with students and fostering their professional development

The preferred candidate will have:

  • Experience or strong potential for research as evidenced by a record of peer-reviewed publication and/or external funding
  • Experience or strong potential for teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels

Read more about the position. (PDF)

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