Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering

The Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering of the Fenn
College of Engineering at Cleveland State University invites
applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor
level for Fall 2011. This position is to support the recent strategic
expansion of our Biomedical Engineering Program. Candidates with
expertise and research interests in any area of Biomedical Engineering
are encouraged to apply, however, candidates that can complement our
current research strengths, including Tissue Engineering, Medical
Device Design, Medical Imaging, Biomaterials, or Biomechanics, and
strengthen existing collaborations with the Cleveland Clinic and the
CSU Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease are of particular
interest. Candidates must hold a Doctoral Degree and demonstrate the
potential for excellence in teaching and research. The successful
candidate will be expected to teach graduate and undergraduate
engineering courses, supervise graduate student research, and
establish an independent, externally funded research program.

For full consideration, candidates must submit a cover letter,
curriculum vitae (including names of at least three professional
references), a statement of teaching interests, and a research plan to
Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Chemical & Biomedical
Engineering, Cleveland State University, 2121 Euclid Avenue, SH455,
Cleveland, OH 44115. Applications will also be accepted as a PDF
attachment e-mailed to bme@csuohio.edu. Review of applications will
begin November 1.

The Department offers Biomedical Engineering degrees at the Masters
level and Doctoral level through a joint program with the Lerner
Research Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. In addition to the
graduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering, the Department also offers
Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees in Chemical Engineering. For
additional information, consult the Departmentís website (http://www.csuohio.edu/engineering/chemical

Hiring is contingent on maintaining existing levels of funding from
the state. Women and members of under-represented minority groups in
engineering are especially encouraged to apply.