You must proceed through ALL steps of this process AND CLICK THE SUBMIT APPLICATION BUTTON AT THE END for your application to be received. Leaving these pages before clicking the "Submit Application" button results in an unfinished application process. There is a single "Submit Application" button which you will find after the third step. Completion of the fourth step is optional. You will receive an email confirmation after clicking the "Submit Application" button. If you do not receive a confirmation message, your materials have not been successfully submitted.
Before beginning this application for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, you should be prepared to provide following materials:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
- Email addresses for three persons providing confidential letters of recommendation
- Other Document
- Teaching Philosophy
- Undergraduate Transcript (Unofficial)
- Graduate Transcript (Unofficial)
If you will use an employment service to submit all confidential letters of recommendation, enter the appropriate e-mail address in the first field and leave the other fields blank.
You may upload the documents individually, OR upload your entire application packet as a single document (it is not necessary to do both). For maximum compatibility, we recommend PDF or Microsoft Word format for text documents. The total file size of all documents must be less than 125MBs. If your files are larger than 125MBs, please contact Ms. Rebekah Mason, whose contact information is provided on this page.
All documents requested are required to apply for this position. If you submit your application without uploading all required documents, you will not be able to return to your online application to submit them later. Any additional application documents that are submitted after you apply must be sent via e-mail to the administrative contact listed for the position, whose contact information is provided on this page.
Contact:Ms. Rebekah Mason
Academic Administrative Coordinator
P.O. Box 352
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
For general questions about the position or the department, contact:Dr. Dennis Krause
Professor of Physics and Department Chair
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