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 Faculty in Physics, Bard High School Early College

Bard High School Early College Queens (BHSEC) Queens, a partnership of Bard College and the New York City Department of Education, invites applications for a full-time faculty position in Physics beginning September 2015. BHSECQ, a national model in the field of public school reform, enables talented and highly motivated students to move in four years from the ninth grade through the first two years of college, earning an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from Bard College as well as a high school diploma. The academic program emphasizes small class size and a commitment to teaching a diverse student body in a liberal arts environment.

We seek to hire a physicist in any subfield to join our Physics Faculty. The ideal applicant will have a PhD in physics or a related field, college teaching experience, and experience working with a younger audience. We are looking for a skilled educator interested in engaging and challenging our students. We prefer candidates with research experience.

Teaching duties will be divided, between introductory college physics and electives for our college students and classes targeting our high school students. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with colleagues in developing and teaching an innovative science curriculum.

To apply, send a letter of interest (including research interests), curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to In addition, please briefly describe a meaningful classroom or education anecdote drawn from your experience as teacher (c. 250 words). Your references can submit their letters of recommendation by visiting or submitting them directly to

Inquiries may be directed via email to with your name and “Physics Search 2015” in the subject line to the attention of Dr. William Sherman. Please note that we are not processing materials that are sent via postal service. Review of applications begins immediately and will proceed until the position is filled. Women and members of under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. BHSECQ is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity.

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[posted June 12, 2014]

 Science Writers

Draw it to Know it: Sciences is looking for science writers in the fields of: Chemistry, Biology, and Physics.

Draw it to Know it employs a specialized, active learning method in which students are taught scientific material through the process of drawing it out. Draw it to Know it was first established in 2010 and is presently available as an iPhone/iPad App (Neuroanatomy - Draw it to Know it), Website, and book (Neuroanatomy: Draw it to Know it, published by Oxford University Press).

Our digital materials have received institutional adoption from universities throughout the world, from Washington University in St. Louis to Macquarie University in Australia.
We are now expanding our content beyond neuroanatomy to include additional medical sciences: Gross Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Biochemistry.
Writers will need to be available full-time and will work out of our Broad Ripple office at 6507 Ferguson Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Graduate level education in the Physics, Chemistry, or Biology.
Teaching and/or science writing experience preferred but not requisite.

Start Date

Interested Applicants
Please email resume, availability, and contact information to Adam Fisch, MD at: or
We will acknowledge receipt of all correspondence, so if you do not receive a response form us within a timely manner, please contact us at: 317-201-1523.

[posted May 15, 2014]