The Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor of Chemistry provides instruction and advisement to undergraduate students. This faculty
appointment includes a full-time teaching load in addition to office hours, advisement and opportunities for continued professional
development. This is a one-year position. Title will be based on credentials. Reports directly to the Chair of the Chemistry and
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor
of Chemistry will:
- Teach 12 to 15 load hours per semester from a variety of chemistry courses as assigned by the Department
- Utilize innovative and collaborative teaching methods in support of the Department's mission and learning objectives
that promote chemistry knowledge, laboratory techniques, critical thinking, and communication competency within the discipline.
- Attend faculty meetings at the Department and University level.
- Potentially advise undergraduate student research
- Contribute to Departmental and interdisciplinary initiatives, including recruitment and retention efforts and curriculum
- Participate in University activities including but not limited to: committee assignments and activities, extra- and
co-curricular activities supporting student success and achievement in alignment with a liberal arts tradition, and professional development
activities which personally and academically enhance a professional academic career.
- Perform other essential duties as assigned/as
outlined in the Faculty Manual.
DESIRED ATTRIBUTES AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- (A) M.S. in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related field
- (B) College-level teaching
- (C) Ability to teach courses in allied health chemistry, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and/or biochemistry.
Preferred Education and Experience:
- (A) Ph.D. or ABD in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related field
- (B) Two years of college-level teaching experience
- (C) Graduate coursework in and/or experience teaching courses in General
- (D) Graduate coursework in and/or experience teaching courses in Organic Chemistry.
- (E) Graduate coursework in
and/or experience teaching courses in Biochemistry.
- (F) Experience in mentoring undergraduate research.
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