Military Faculty Positions
We are interested in qualified officers (usually captains at the 5-7 years time-in-service mark) that hold an undergraduate degree in either chemistry, chemical engineering, or biology, to attend two years of graduate school for the purpose of obtaining a master’s degree in a chemistry, chemical engineering, or life science related field, followed by a three-year assignment to the Department of Chemistry and Life Science as one of our rotating faculty. Selection is based on a successful career, including company (battery, troop) command, undergraduate performance, GRE scores, and your willingness to participate in the program. All instructors teach at least one year in the general chemistry course to plebes (freshmen), and may, based on their interest level, branch out to teach an electives course.
If you would like more information about our department please contact us.
Phone Number: 845-938-4468
To begin the application process:
To facilitate the application process for rotating military faculty positions, USMA has implemented the West Enabled System and Tracking ("WEST"), a web application system that is in use by most departments.
The WEST system allows an applicant to simultaneously apply to multiple departments. If you are applying to more than one department, it is advised that you contact each department, as they may have different requirements for eligibility.
If you are new to the application process Click Here to start a new file. If you have any questions or problems related to the WEST system, to include lost passwords or connection problems, you can email WEST technical support personnel.
To follow up on your application packet:
If you have already created a profile, follow this link to the WEST Candidate Login page and enter your User ID and Password.
If you have any questions or problems related to the WEST system, to include lost passwords or connection problems, you can email WEST technical support personnel.
Civilian Faculty Positions
Candidates for positions are evaluated according to the following factors: (1) Advanced degree (Ph.D.) in either chemical education, chemistry, or life science. (2) Ability to teach undergraduate courses in general chemistry and appropriate electives in chemistry or life sciences. (3) Ability to conduct research. (4) Ability to mentor students, direct them in their individual research projects, and support student activities outside the classroom. (5) Demonstrated high standards of scholarship and promise of growth and development in the academic profession. Applicants should have some college or professional teaching experience and a personal research agenda. Undergraduate education is our top priority. This appointment is a three-year renewable appointment.
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