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02-26-2009, 03:15 AM
Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor

The Bioengineering Program at Union College invites applications for a
tenure-track position at the assistant or associate professor level
starting 1 September 2009 in the general area of Biomechanical
Engineering. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in
the interactions between tissues and materials, with the ability to
acquire and analyze signals from living systems and with an earned
doctorate degree in bioengineering or biomedical engineering.

The successful candidate will be able to (1) teach courses, laboratories
and design studios in the biomechanical track within our newly developed
bioengineering major, (2) direct student research and design projects
and (3) develop and sustain an active research program. Union College
is a nationally recognized leader in undergraduate liberal arts and
engineering education. Engineering at Union College emphasizes close
relationships between students and faculty, research experiences for our
students and experiential learning. Our bioengineering major is
scheduled to be inaugurated coincident with this hire and represents a
natural extension of the many successful bioengineering initiatives
currently on our campus. More about bioengineering at Union College can
be found at bioengineering.union.edu.

The first screening of applications will begin on 15 April 2009, and the
search will continue until the position is filled. Interested
individuals should email to bng2009@union.edu a cover letter, a
curriculum vitae and a one page statement of teaching and research in
the form of a single PDF document. Please also supply three letters of
professional reference and up to three reprints either included in the
PDF or separately posted to:

Andrew Rapoff, Ph.D.
Co-Director of Bioengineering Program
Union College
Mechanical Engineering
Schenectady, NY 12308

Union College is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed
to student and workforce diversity.