Arts & Sciences Faculty

Washington University in St. Louis

 

Washington University in St. Louis seeks individuals who are excellent scholars and teachers for the following positions in Arts & Sciences. The appointments are expected to begin in the 2017-18 academic year.

 

Applications and additional information can be found at https://jobs.wustl.edu.

Washington University in St. Louis

Faculty of Arts & Sciences

St. Louis, Missouri

 

Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.

Employment eligibility verification required upon hire

 

  • Anthropology – Assistant or Associate Professor with a specialty in Anthropological Genetics/Genomics (ID #34700); Assistant or Associate Professor with a specialty in Primatology (ID #34701)

  • Biology – All Ranks, specializing in Computational Biology, Evolutionary Genomics, or Epigenetics (ID #34491)
     
  • Chemistry – Assistant Professor in the field of Biochemistry (ID #34493 and ID #34447
     
  • Classics with Art History & Archaeology, joint appointment – Assistant or Associate Professor with a specialty in Classical Archaeology (ID #34388)
     
  • Economics – Assistant or Associate Professor, All Fields (ID #34339); endowed Associate or full Professor with an emphasis on Macroeconomics (ID #34341)
     
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences – Assistant Professor in the fields of Climate, Carbon Cycling, or  Paleoclimatology (ID #34122)
  • Film and Media Studies with African and African American Studies or Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, joint appointment – Assistant Professor specializing in Electronic Media Studies (ID #34630)

  • Mathematics – Assistant Professor of Mathematics (ID #34708)
     
  • Philosophy – Assistant Professor in the field of Epistemology (ID #34413)
     
  • Physics – Assistant Professor specializing in Biophysics (ID #34686)
     
  • Political Science – Assistant or Associate Professor specializing in American Politics (ID #34389); Assistant or Associate Professor specializing in Comparative Politics (ID #34390)
  • Psychological and Brain Sciences – Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor in the field of Diversity Science (ID #34054)

  • Sociology – Associate Professor or early-stage full Professor with quantitative research and teaching specialization in either (1) Inequality and Stratification or (2) Social Movements and Political Sociology (ID #34301
     
  • Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies – All Ranks, with an interdisciplinary focus in WGSS, social science expertise, and a research specialization in the Global South and/or Transnational studies (ID #34333)