The AssistantTeaching Professor will be the instructor of record for 6 sections of the Biology Project Lab Techniques course (BOIL2309) each academic year during the Spring (January-April), Summer (May -June), and Summer II (July-August) semester. Biology Project Lab is a required class usually taken during Freshman and Sophomore year. The purpose of this course is to integrate classroom learning through laboratory experiments.
Responsibilities include the design of the syllabus, identifying resources such as reading materials and guest speakers, coordinating the involvement of biology faculty members as consultants to student projects. maintaining the representation of the course online using Blackboard, critically reading and grading written assignments, holding office hours, and determining and submitting grades.
The candidate must have a Ph.D in Biology or related field and demonstrated teaching experience. The candidate must have excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Ability to critique written assignments.
Requisition Number: FTFR001135
Internal Number: 55833
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