[Grad-postdoc-assn] Faculty position in Solar Physics at Rice University

Maura Hagan hagan at ucar.edu
Thu Oct 16 11:33:38 MDT 2008

NCAR Fellows-
   Here's another opportunity of interest to some of you.
Best regards.
> Faculty Position in Solar Physics
> Rice University
> Department of Physics and Astronomy
> The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Rice University expects  
> to have a tenure-track junior faculty position available in Solar  
> Physics starting July 1, 2009 and invites applications from all  
> qualified applicants.  The successful candidate's research program  
> should complement current research in solar physics and related  
> fields at Rice, particularly in the areas of space physics and  
> astrophysics (see physics.rice.edu for information on current  
> research programs).  We are particularly interested in developing  
> strength in theoretical solar physics with a preference for solar  
> MHD theory and numerical modeling. The successful candidate is  
> expected to participate actively and effectively in teaching at the  
> undergraduate and graduate levels, have a strong record of published  
> research, obtain external funding, and develop a nationally  
> recognized research program. Applicants should send a dossier that  
> includes a curriculum vitae, a brief description of proposed  
> research and teaching interests, a list of publications, and arrange  
> for at least three letters of recommendation to be sent to David  
> Alexander, Chair, Faculty Search Committee, c/o Valerie Call, Dept.  
> of Physics and Astronomy – MS 61, Rice University, 6100 Main Street,  
> Houston, TX 77005 or by email to vcall at rice.edu. Applications will  
> be accepted until the position is filled, but only those received by  
> December 31, 2008 will be assured of full consideration.  Rice  
> University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer;  
> women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to  
> apply.

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