Adjunct Faculty Position in School of Geosciences
at UL Lafayette, Spring 2021

The School of Geosciences at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, Louisiana, is looking for an adjunct faculty to teach two undergraduate Junior-level courses (Remote or HyFlex) ENVS 310 Environmental Field Techniques and ENVS 377 Air Quality in accordance with the schedule of classes and established course description and syllabi in Spring 2021 semester. The ENVS 310 is a 3 credit hours (2 hours lab and 2 hours lecture) course. This course relates to theory and practices of field mapping and sampling, and analysis and interpretation of field data. The ENVS 377 course relates to an introduction to air quality science, including atmospheric chemistry, its effects on public health and the environment, air quality regulations, treatment technologies, and management practices. This is a 3 credit hour course with three hours lecture.

Required qualification include a Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution, and academic preparation in the teaching field with eighteen (18) graduate credit hours in the discipline to be taught. Compensation: with a MSc $4,400 or with a Ph.D. $4,800 for both courses (pending minimum enrollment of 12 students).

Ability to travel locally would be considered an advantage. A Visiting Assistant Professor or a Visiting Instructor position is expected to open in the Fall 2021.

Please reply by October 31, 2020.

Please contact Dr. D. Poudel for additional information at durga.poudel@louisiana.edu.

posted: 24 September 2020     Please mention EARTHWORKS when responding to this advertisement.