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Adjunct Faculty Position at Kalamazoo College

Kalamazoo College will have an opening for an adjunct chemist to teach two introductory chemistry laboratories in winter term (Jan to mid-March, 10 weeks, on Thursdays from 8-5 pm). There may also be an opening to teach these again in spring term (April-1st week of June, 10 weeks, one day a week again). For more information, please contact Laura Furge at laura.furge@kzoo.edu.

One of the K-College organic chemists has applied for a sabbatical to start Fall 2016. If his leave is approved, they we will be searching for a full-time one-year replacement for 2016-2017

Chem-Able Matching Grant Program

Are you…

  • an unemployed or underemployed chemical professional?
  • trying to enter the chemistry workforce?

The Chem-Able matching grant program sponsored by the Kalamazoo Section of the American Chemical Society might help. The purpose of a Chem-Able grant is to assist chemical professionals and students in obtaining training or experience to improve chances of employment or re-employment.

Get more program details or download an application form .

Donate to support the Chem-Able Matching Grant: KACSGrants@gmail.com