College of Engineering action plan for racial equity and inclusion

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The William G. Lowrie Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering seeks FOUR chemical engineering faculty to join a collegial group of 24 faculty:

1)  Endowed full professor with expertise in a broad range of fields within ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY / MATERIALS or BIOENGINEERING. 

Energy/Sustainability/Materials fields include advanced materials, separations, reaction engineering, and catalytic or non-catalytic processes that are associated with but not limited to photo-, electro-, and/or thermo-chemical systems, as well as sustainability, green chemistry, process control, modelling, machine learning, data analytics, and artificial intelligence.

Bioengineering research fields include cancer, cardiovascular, or infectious disease diagnostics or therapies, biomaterials, cellular systems, and metabolic modeling.

2) Tenure-track assistant professor in ENERGY/SUSTAINABILITY (see fields listed above);

3) Tenure-track assistant professor in BIOENGINEERING (see fields above);

4)  Non-tenured professor of practice for teaching core lecture and laboratory courses.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.

Blaise Kimmel, NSF Graduate Research Fellow and Ryan Fellow, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Northwestern University

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