The Department of Chemistry at NC State University in Raleigh North Carolina seeks to fill a
tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Candidates
who propose to develop or study molecular- and/or materials-focused solutions to societal
grand challenges in health and/or energy will be prioritized. In all cases, we seek candidates
interested in developing innovative interdisciplinary programs targeting complex chemical
and/or biological systems.

Successful candidates are expected to establish a nationally and internationally recognized
research program and to demonstrate strong interests and abilities in teaching and mentoring at
both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Preference will be given to candidates whose
research interests complement existing programs and initiatives in the Department, College
of Sciences, and NC State University.
Inclusiveness and diversity are critical to the success of the College of Sciences and the
University. The selected candidate will be expected to foster an environment that is
supportive and welcoming to all.

Candidates must possess a PhD and post-doctoral experience in Chemistry or a related
scientific field. Candidates should apply and submit
electronic copies of their curriculum vitae, research proposals, and a cover letter. Attaching a
teaching philosophy statement to your online application is optional. Reviewing of applicant
materials will begin on November 1, 2021, and the search will remain open until the position is

NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national
origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. In addition, NC State University welcomes
all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. If you have general
questions about the application process, you may contact Human Resources at (919) 515-2135
or Individuals with disabilities requiring disability-related
accommodations in the application and interview process, please call (919) 515-3148. We
welcome the opportunity to work with candidates to identify suitable employment opportunities
for spouses or partners.

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Boise State University is currently seeking to fill a number of teaching-track and tenure-track positions.  I am in charge of one of the search committees tasked with trying to find a physical chemist and an organic chemist to come and teach here at BSU beginning in August 2022.   Thus, I am reaching out to Chairs of Chemistry departments at regional institutions to see if they know of suitable recent Ph.D. graduates or postdocs from their programs that may be interested in this opportunity; or can pass this information on to their faculty who may have knowledge of individuals looking for positions such as these. Here is the brief job description:

Boise State University Dept. Chemistry & Biochemistry seeks to fill Two Non-tenure Track Teaching Faculty positions to begin in August 2022. These positions are eligible for promotion to the associate and full level. The primary teaching duties will be in either 1) Physical Chemistry & Physical Chemistry labs; or 2) Organic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry lab, and Advanced Synthesis. The position assignments are approximately 80% teaching and 20% departmental service. Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry (position 1), Organic Chemistry (position 2) or related scientific field, and prior teaching experience.

More information about these positions and Boise State University can be found at

In addition, my colleague Dr. Lisa Warner ( is directing the search committee for a tenure track Physical Chemist or Analytical Chemist, so I am using this opportunity to advertise that position as well. Here is the brief position description:

Boise State University invites applicants to apply for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor within the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. We seek candidates with teaching and research emphases in analytical or physical chemistry. Strong candidates will contribute to transdisciplinary graduate programs, foster collaborative research both within and outside of the department, and play an active role in building a diverse and inclusive environment in our dynamic and growing department, affiliated graduate programs, and the university. The successful candidate will develop an externally-funded research program, teach both graduate and undergraduate level courses, and mentor undergraduate, Master’s, and Ph.D. students in research.

More information on this position and about our department and Boise State University can be found at

Thank you for your assistance with this.


Ken Cornell

Ken Cornell, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. Chemistry & Biochemistry 

Director, Idaho INBRE Data Science Core
Boise State University

Researchers at Oregon State University are seeking volunteers to study compounds in the body after one serving of broccoli or alfalfa sprouts. We are seeking male and female participants who meet these criteria: 

•             Age 18-60 years old 

•             Non-smokers – tobacco, marijuana or other substances including e-cigarettes/vaping

•             Generally healthy – no history of heart disease/stroke, diabetes, kidney, liver or thyroid problems, or chemotherapy/radiation for cancer within 5 years 

•             Not pregnant or breastfeeding 

•             Not doing more than 7 hours of vigorous exercise per week 

•             Have not had bariatric surgery or history of stomach or intestinal problems 

•             Not taking medication to control cholesterol or fat absorption 

This study involves giving blood, urine and stool samples, 7 visits to OSU and lasts 72 hours. If you take part in the study you will receive up to $150.  Free parking will be provided. 

For more information or to see if you qualify, contact us at or 541-737-5049 or visit for study information and on-line screener.

Study Title: Discovery of Biological Signatures for Cruciferous Vegetable Intake: Integration of the Broccoli- and Host-derived Metabolome and the Microbiome Principle Investigator: Emily Ho, PhD

Here’s a link to the posting on our website:

Interested students/postdocs can email me at Thank you!

Offices – Boston, New York

Foley Hoag’s Intellectual Property Department has an opening in our Boston or New York office for a chemist with an advanced degree, preferably a Ph.D., in Chemistry.

We seek applicants with strong academic credentials, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Both entry-level and experienced candidates will be considered. Experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the areas of small molecules, pharmaceuticals, synthetic methods, polymer science and drug discovery would be useful, but is not necessary. A successful candidate who is not a registered patent agent will be expected to take and to pass the USPTO registration exam within a year of being hired. Candidates are encouraged to review the USPTO eligibility criteria prior to applying.

We staff our clients’ patent matters leanly, affording patent agents and technical specialists an opportunity for significant responsibility and excellent career development. They typically work one-on-one with associates and partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of patent strategy, drafting, prosecution and diligence matters, and get immediate client contact. Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in various national satisfaction surveys and industry recognition lists.

TSMC Arizona Phoenix, AZ 85021

Full Job Description
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is looking for Outgoing Quality Assurance Technicians to
join our upcoming 5-nanometer fab in Phoenix, Arizona. As an Outgoing Quality Assurance Technician, you will
demonstrate a strong sense of reliability, enthusiasm, and will possess an attitude that embodies TSMC’s core
values – Integrity, Commitment, Innovation and Customer Trust.
Upon hire, your journey will begin with a 3-month training period in Taiwan to train with industry-leading experts.
Major expenses are paid by TSMC (relocation to and from the U.S., temporary work visa, housing, and more) for
you and your immediate family. TSMC offers an industry-leading competitive total compensation package.

Job Description:
Your main responsibilities include:
 Perform quality related functions including operations, equipment, and support.
 Execute Outgoing Corrective Action Plan (OCAP) for products with any nonconformity.
 Set up equipment recipe for automatic inspection tools.
 Assist Outgoing Quality Assurance operators in routine work, such as product shipment.
 Ensure workplace safety and maintain environment to meet Six Sigma (6S) requirements.

Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States and travel to Taiwan and have:
 An AAS/AS in science or engineering related disciplines.
 The ability to train in Taiwan for approximately 3 months upon hire.
 Solid fundamental Microsoft Office Suite and computer skills.
 Strong verbal and interpersonal skills for effective collaboration with peers and supervisors.
 The ability to work in a cleanroom environment, gowning up in coveralls, hoods, boots, safety glasses and
 A committed, attentive, positive, multi-tasking attitude, and ability to work under high pressure in a fastpaced
 The ability to work a compressed work schedule on a variety of potential shifts, including nights, as well as
work overtime, or holidays, as needed.
 US work authorization (Required)
Preferred Qualifications:
 Bachelor’s Degree in science or engineering related disciplines.
 Experience in wafer outgoing inspection.
Work Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Training: Tainan, Taiwan (3 Months)
Job Type: Full-time

 401(k)
 401(k) matching
 Dental insurance
 Health insurance
 Life insurance
 Paid time off
 Relocation assistance
 Vision insurance

 12 hour shift
 Day shift
 Monday to Friday
 Night shift
 Overtime
 Weekend availability
Work Location: One location

To apply,  email your resume to Zoe (Yu Chu) Lin at:

“Walktober is a 31-day health promotion challenge designed to motivate and inspire the OSU community to become more active, anywhere you are. Cost to participate is $5 for students/alums and $10 for faculty/staff. Household members can join for free!

It’s more than just walking….. the Walktober challenge can work with your current fitness plan. Your Rec Sports classes, IM Sports teams, Faculty Staff Fitness classes, PAC classes or other workouts all fit into Walktober. Simply log any activity in the web tracker or mobile app each day and it will convert any exercise into steps, so all your activity counts!

Our goal is for each participant to walk at least 6,000 steps a day in October. Join and create a team of 4-10 people or fly solo. Either way, this challenge will help you feel healthier and more connected. Participants who hit this goal will also be entered into a weekly prize drawing!

Register at: ”

The Social Justice Education Initiative is a foundational professional development program for all faculty, staff and graduate students. Join your colleagues and expand your equity and inclusion journey. See the workshop schedule and register on the SJEI website registration page. Interested in workshops, facilitation or consultation for your unit? Contact SJEI director Jane Waite for further information: