Adjunct Instructor, Philosophy (On-Campus applicant pool)



Job description

The primary responsibility of all faculty of the University is the scholarly teaching of students in the courses and sections that are assigned.

    • Teaching courses fall and spring semesters in ethics and introductory philosophy in a classroom setting
    • Assisting and supporting students beyond the classroom by holding regular or virtual office hours
    • Working collegially with other faculty in the area to develop and use common syllabi, course materials, and assessment methods
    • Using instructional technology, especially the Canvas LMS, Husson G-Suite applications, the efaculty portal, and Examplify
    • Assessing and reporting student performance
    • Attending and participating in faculty meetings, retreats, and trainings as needed.
    • Following the policies and procedures set forth the Husson University Faculty Handbook and other institutional documents

Note: This position is for on-campus instruction.

Education: Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Ethics, or closely related field; Ph.D. preferred.

Experience: Evidence of effective teaching in philosophy. Demonstrated dedication to improving classroom teaching, exploring new methods, and adapting to student needs. Demonstrated ability to work well as a part of a team.

How to apply

Apply online

For more than 100 years, we have been committed to experiential learning that leads to real-world success.Husson is a university in a collegiate setting, located in the heart of northern New England. With approximately 2,500 students and an emphasis on preparing students with a broad education and marketable skills, Husson is an excellent choice for students who want the intimate feeling of a small college and the professional preparation of a university.