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Evolution + Teaching Position Opening

Just passing this along for interested parties:



The Department of Biology, Drexel University in Philadelphia, is seeking to 
hire a full-time Teaching Faculty position at the Assistant level to teach UG/G 
courses in environmental and biological sciences for the 2010-11 Academic Year. 
This is a 12 month appointment with the possibility of renewal. The successful 
candidate must have a Ph.D. in Biology, Paleontology, Geology (or related 
field) and must be willing to teach at the main campus in University City 
Philadelphia and at our branch campus at Burlington County College in New 
Jersey. Our 750 undergraduate majors may choose from nine tracks of study, 
including tracks in Evolution, Paleobiology, and Ecology. We are seeking an 
instructor with the ability to teach the following courses:

History of Life on Earth
Vertebrate Anatomy, Evolution & Physiology
Ability to teach an introductory course on EvoDevo a plus
Other intro-level environmental science courses are possible

Demonstrated teaching experience preferred. Applicants are requested to submit 
a full CV, statement of educational interests, and the contact information for 
three or more references. Apply online at Drexel Jobs: 
  The review of the applications will continue until the position is filled.

Drexel University is an equal opportunity employer.


Notes: The contract length is one year, but we expect to renew this position 
indefinitely. The position is not expected to turn into a tenure-track research 
position. We are seeking a person dedicated to a career in education. Drexel’s 
fall term begins on September 20th. Applicants should apply online at Drexel 
Jobs, but paleo types should feel free to forward a copy of their application 
to me at lacovara@drexel.edu