Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

Connecticut, US
Jul 08, 2024
Posting live until
Aug 07, 2024

The Department of Physics at Trinity College invites applications for a one-year visiting position at the assistant professor level beginning in September 2024.  We seek candidates who are excited about teaching undergraduates in an active learning environment, and who are committed to inclusive teaching and mentoring. 

Trinity College seeks a staff that reflects the changing demographics of our student body. Our student body is diverse, representing 41 states and 70 countries, with 21 percent U.S. students of color and 50 percent who identify as women. More than 90 percent of students live on campus. Trinity is a highly selective, independent, nonsectarian liberal arts institution located in the capital city of Hartford, Conn. With more than 2,100 full-time undergraduate students and 91 graduate students, the college maintains a rigorous academic profile complemented by a vibrant and diverse co-curricular program. We consider our location in a culturally and socioeconomically diverse capital city to be among Trinity’s most distinctive assets, and we cultivate strong connections with our surrounding neighbors and with institutions and organizations throughout Hartford and the region. As a preeminent liberal arts college in an urban setting, Trinity College prepares students to be bold, independent thinkers who lead transformative lives.

A Ph.D. in physics or closely-related field is required; candidates who expect to receive their degrees by August 2024 will also be considered.  Applicants should submit a letter of application, a statement of teaching philosophy that addresses your approach to teaching a diverse student body, a curriculum vitae, and the names and email addresses of three references through our online application system at:  Additional questions about the position may be addressed to the Department Chair David Branning at  Review of applications will begin August 1 and will continue until the position is filled.

Candidates considered for non-tenure-track, temporary positions must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Applicants who require an H1-B visa cannot be considered for temporary positions. Applicants for non-tenure-track, temporary positions who require sponsorship for visas other than an H1-B visa will be required to pay all costs associated with visa applications.