Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy (HSOP) is pleased to announce the “Pathway Program,” which will provide the opportunity for a highly qualified graduate student or post-doc with a particular interest and/or a demonstrated commitment to the participation of graduate students from historically underrepresented groups to prepare for a full-time faculty position in academic pharmacy and pharmaceutical research.
This program offers the participants a unique opportunity for customizable research experience that also provides individualized professional development and mentoring and is tailored to each participant’s academic career goals. HSOP is recruiting to fill one position that will be offered as a one-year appointment, renewable twice for a total of up to three years in a trainee position. Following the initial appointment, the participant may apply for tenure-track or clinical faculty positions which are recruited for the school. Consideration during the recruitment process will depend on funding, publications, and overall productivity in accordance with school and university policies and practices for recruitment and appointment as an Assistant Professor.
More information about the school can be found at: https://pharmacy.auburn.edu/
1. This is a full-time (40 hrs/wk), 12-month position located on-site in Auburn, Alabama
2. The position will be assigned .8 FTE to a combination of the school’s research laboratories, clinics, and Learning Communities depending on the career goals of the applicant and the needs of the school
3. The position will be assigned .2 FTE to activities related to professional development, mentoring, and other targeted activities to support success depending on the career goals of the applicant and needs of the school
4. The position is administered by the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Strategic Initiatives
Interested candidates must apply online at the following link:
Review of applications will begin March 7, 2022 and continue until a suitable candidate is selected and recommended for appointment.
For more information, please contact: Dr. Daniel Surry, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Strategic Initiatives, firstname.lastname@example.org
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