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2015-16 and 2016-17 Fiscal Year School of Pharmacy Positions

High Point University is currently accepting applications for faculty members to be part of our faculty team. We are seeking faculty members to join both the Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Clinical Sciences Departments. To be considered applicants must submit a Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae (with three references) and Statement of Teaching and Research Philosophy. These documents should be in Adobe Acrobat format and submitted using the HPU Human Resources application portal available by selecting the link below.

High Point University Employment Opportunities (enter pharmacy in the keyword search box)

If you have not been contacted by e-mail and informed that your documents were received within 7 business days of submitting them please follow the instructions on acknowledgment page you receive after submitting this form for support options.

Faculty Positions Remaining Open for 2015-2016:

  1. Clinical Science Faculty member – position 1

Faculty Positions Open for 2016-2017:

  1. Clinical Science Faculty member – position 1
  2. Pharmacologist-Toxicologist – position 1
  3. Pharmacologist-Toxicologist – position 2

 

 

Please consult this site frequently for information as it becomes available. 
If you have specific questions regarding Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences you may contact Scott Hemby at shemby@highpoint.edu.
If you have specific questions regarding Clinical Sciences you may contact Mary Jayne Kennedy at mkenned2@highpoint.edu.

CONTACT GRADUATE ADMISSIONS

(336) 841-9198
(336) 841-9024 (fax)
GradAdmit@highpoint.edu

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