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Hunting for jobs atliberal arts collegesSuzanne Amador Kane and Kenneth LawsFour-year colleges offer special challenges and rewards for physics faculty.Two veterans offer advice to physicists seeking to join their ranks.Suzanne Amador Kane is an associate professor and chair of the physics and astronomy department and director of the Marian E.Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center at Haverford College in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Ken Laws is a professor emeritus inthe department of physics and astronomy at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.As of about a year ago, 764 distinct college-level physicsdepartments existed in the US. Of those, a whopping 513 areat institutions whose highest degree offered is a bachelors.1The vast majority of the schools are liberal arts collegesbywhich we mean institutions that focus primarily on undergraduate education, rather than on graduate education andresearch; this category includes some of the smaller state universities and a few colleges with small graduate programs.Liberal arts colleges represent a significant job market, onethat many PhD-level physicists aspire to join.But how does one go about getting a job in physics in aliberal arts college? Whether you are a graduate student, apostdoc, or a working physicist looking for a change, youroptions for getting advice on this topic are probably limited.However good your PhD or postdoctoral mentor may be atresearch, the odds are that he or she knows re

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