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Steve Adolph
11-14-2000, 07:24 AM
Faculty position available:

TENURE TRACK APPOINTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING, HARVEY MUDD COLLEGE

Applications are invited for a tenure track position that emphasizes
biomedical engineering and applied biology, with a secondary interest in
electrical engineering. Appointment is anticipated at either the
Assistant or Associate rank, depending upon qualifications.

The successful applicant must have a Ph.D in biomedical engineering or
electrical engineering with research experience that ideally combines the
two fields. This position, supported in part by a grant from the Howard
Hughes Medical Institute, is intended to enhance linkages between our
engineering and biology departments. Such linkages might include
contributing to curricular development in the two departments, advising
biology-related Clinic projects, or supervising interdisciplinary
undergraduate research projects. The College is prepared to structure the
position as a joint appointment for a period of time if that seems
appropriate.

Candidates must be committed to excellence in teaching elective courses in
biomedical engineering as well as required courses in systems engineering
and engineering science. All engineering faculty also supervise team
projects in the College's Clinic Program. The applicant must also
demonstrate a potential for continued scholarly development through
research and/or consulting. Excellent opportunities exist in Southern
California for collaborative research and consulting with local
universities and industry.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, personal statement of teaching
philosophy and research interests, and the names of three references to
Professor Anthony Bright, Department of Engineering, Harvey Mudd College,
301 E.12th Street, Claremont, California, 91711. The search committee will
begin reviewing applications on February 1, 2001. Harvey Mudd College is an
affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Applicants from groups
typically underrepresented on engineering faculties are strongly encouraged
to apply.



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Stephen C. Adolph
Department of Biology
Harvey Mudd College
301 East Twelfth St.
Claremont, CA 91711-5990
USA

(909) 607-1872 (office)
(909) 607-7172 (FAX)
adolph@hmc.edu
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