Posting Number: 2016729F
Job DescriptionThese positions (up to 2 available) are for instructors who will teach two large lecture sections (200 students per section) of BIOS1710 Introduction to Biological Sciences II: Ecology, Evolution, Animal Body Systems each term during AY 2018-2019. Instructor One will be responsible for teaching the animal body systems portion which includes organ systems, anatomy, physiology, and animal development with an emphasis on comparative strategies within the animal kingdom. Instructor Two will be responsible for teaching principles of evolution, natural selection, phylogenetic classification, human evolutionary history, animal behavior, animal diversity, ecology, and environment. The course is a second semester course for Biological Sciences majors and serves other majors throughout the university. Close coordination with the other BIOS 1710 lecturers and the BIOS 1710 lab coordinator is expected. Each individual will also be responsible for the delivery of two laboratory sections each semester.
Minimum QualificationsPhD conferred by start date in Biological Sciences or closely related field.
Preferred QualificationsIntroductory biology lecture and laboratory experience is highly desirable.
Pay Rate:Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Faculty members also enjoy a generous benefits package which includes health benefits, paid time off, and education benefits for both the faculty member and their eligible dependents.
Posting Close Date6/3/18
Job Category: Faculty – Visiting (Group IV)
Planning Unit: College of Arts & Sciences
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position.
Dr. Bob Colvin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 740-593-2401