Fixed Term Lecturer in Environmental Science or Geology
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Central Michigan University invites applications for a 5-month, Fixed-Term faculty position in Environmental Science or Geology for the spring 2019 semester running January 3 – May 8, 2019. The successful candidate will be expected to teach two undergraduate courses in introductory environmental science, as well as one junior (300-level) course, either in hydrology and water resources or structural geology. This position includes an attractive benefits package.
Required Qualifications: A Master's degree in geology, environmental science, or a related science; Ph.D. preferred. Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) offers Bachelor of Science degrees in geology, meteorology, and environmental science. Facilities include fully equipped active learning classrooms and well established geological teaching collections. Our collegiate team of faculty members regularly collaborates on instructional and assessment matters.
Established in 1892, Central Michigan University has an enrollment of 23,000 students, including approximately 18,000 students on the university's main campus.
Classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a doctoral research university, CMU is located in Mount Pleasant, an expanding mid-Michigan community of approximately 25,000 permanent residents.
Interested persons should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, copy of academic transcripts, a statement of teaching philosophy, and names and contact information for two references through an online process at http://www.jobs.cmich.edu/postings/28507. Inquiries may be sent to Dr. Lawrence Lemke at L.D.Lemke@cmich.edu. Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled.
CMU is an AA/EO institution, providing equal opportunity to all persons, including minorities, females, veterans, and individuals with disabilities (see http://www.cmich.edu/ocrie).