Faculty Position Openings

Current position openings at the William G. Lowrie Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering:

1) Tenured, Associate or Full Professor - Discovery Theme position, Green Chemistry.  Candidates with an established research program in the field of reaction engineering including but not limited to catalysis and renewable energy systems that is relevant to the general field of sustainable engineering and chemistry are strongly encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be expected to lead or participate in collaborative teams and interdisciplinary research with the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the broader community of scholars.  Find out more

2) Tenure-track, Assistant Professor - Energy. Candidates of particular interest will have research expertise in a broad range of energy fields, including polymeric or metal oxide materials, devices, and catalytic or non-catalytic processes that are associated with but not limited to photo, electro, and/or chemical systems.    Find out more.

3)  Clinical Assistant Professor -  Petroleum Engineering. This non tenure-track clinical faculty position is in support of the department’s efforts to introduce a Petroleum Engineering minor.  Therefore, viable candidates will ideally have industrial experience in the petroleum industry.  Find out more.

4) Tenure-track, Assistant Professor - Cancer Cluster.  Highly qualified candidates with a record of outstanding research accomplishments and a strong commitment to teaching excellence. This is one of four positions within a cluster that will be expected to collaborate closely with each other, as well as with medical researchers in the OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center.  Find out more.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry Building

CBEC - Photo c Brad Feinknopf 2015

 

The new Koffolt Laboratories in CBEC is officially open!
 

Take a visual tour and watch a slideshow from the Grand Opening of the new 225,000 gross sq.ft. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry (CBEC) Building, where state-of-the-art laboratory and classroom space supports collaborative learning and intensive research. From future-focused research in energy, advanced materials, polymers and bioengineering, some of the world's greatest challenges will be solved here. Read more about CBEC and its history.