Biological Sciences


Instruction and logistical support for students in Biological Sciences Anatomy and Physiology (A&P I and II or Bios 1303, 1301, 1313, and 1311) and instruction for freshman biology for majors and non-majors (Bios 1053, and/or 1083)


Presentation of lectures for approximately 200 students per semester in A&P I and II and freshman biology for majors and non-majors; Prepare exam questions, related materials and coordinate grading in the associated laboratory sections; Play an active role in developing new methods of pedagogy to improve student success and retention; Maintain class records, respond to course-related email, hold office hours for student consultation and maintain a course web site; Coordinate laboratory sections associated with the lecture in A&P I and II; train and supervise Teaching Assistants participating in these courses and coordinate their delivery of laboratory material; Advise students majoring in Biological Sciences; Work with advisors and staff from the local programs to coordinate the Anatomy and Physiology curriculum with the needs for their programs; Participate in departmental support and service activities.


MS in biological sciences/anatomy and physiology, or an appropriate related area required; PhD preferred. Expertise in the field of Anatomy and Physiology; A minimum of one year of experience teaching anatomy and physiology courses; Excellent instruction, communication and management skills; Experience in developing and testing new laboratory exercises; Ability to effectively manage and communicate with students in high-enrollment classes using web-based course management programs; Experience with educational technology and academic assessment tools; Student advising.


Doctoral degree in biological sciences/anatomy and physiology preferred


Commensurate with qualifications and experience.




Position will remain open until filled. To assure full consideration, applications should be received by July 11th 2017.




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