Applications are sought for the Director of the Integrated Nanosystems Development Institute (INDI) (www.iupui.edu/~indi), at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). INDI has been created to support nanotechnology research and education enterprises across the IUPUI campus, and is currently growing with new tenure track lines being created. It has received sponsorship under the IUPUI Signature Centers Initiative. Currently, faculty and centers from the Schools of Engineering and Technology, Science, and Medicine, are associated with INDI. The missions of INDI are 1) to enable, through innovative interdisciplinary research and educational programs, the development of nanotechnology-based systems for biomedical, energy, environmental, and information technology, and 2) to provide solutions which, through translation of research into practice and technology transfer, contribute to social well-being and economic growth. The Director of INDI will be a recognized leader in nanotechnology research and education. He/she will lead the Institute in the realization of nationally acclaimed nanotechnology research and education initiatives supported through external funding. As part of this, the Director will coordinate, strengthen, and grow the campus nanotechnology efforts, and lead the development of major grant proposals. He/she will work closely with internal and external partners, and will broadly promote the IUPUI nanotechnology efforts nationally and internationally. The Director will also be leading the effort for new tenure track appointments associated with INDI. This is a full-time tenured position with a faculty appointment at the associate or full professor level in the appropriate academic discipline. Required qualifications consist of a Ph.D. degree in engineering, science, or a related discipline, and proven experience with directing nanotechnology research and education. At least five years of program leadership, and/or academic administrative experience in a related position are expected, as well as experience in working closely with multidisciplinary groups, and appreciation and advocacy for diversity, inclusion, and equal access to educational opportunity. The successful candidate will have a strong research record, including publications in reputable journals and success in securing external research funding. In addition, he/she will have a demonstrated commitment to nanotechnology education and mentoring. Candidates must submit an electronic application consisting of a letter of application stating their interest and experience, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information of at least three references. This must be submitted electronically to the Chair, Integrated Nanosystems Development Institute Director Search Committee, in care of firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin November 15, 2012 and continue until the position is filled. The starting date for the successful candidate is expected to be July 2013. IUPUI is one of the outstanding public urban research universities in the United States, located in the heart of Indianapolis, near the Indiana Government Center and Fortune 500 companies. IUPUI serves over 30,000 students, including approximately 21,000 undergraduate students. It grants Indiana University and Purdue University degrees in more than 200 programs and offers a comprehensive range of academic programs. It is Indiana University's home campus for state wide programs in medicine, law, dentistry, nursing, health and rehabilitation sciences, and social work, and it excels in providing programs in art and design, business, education, engineering and technology, informatics, journalism, liberal arts, library and information science, physical education and tourism management, public and environmental affairs, and science. IUPUI is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D.