Position Title: Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor (10 Month), Biological Sciences
Posting Number: F2000026
The Department of Biological Sciences at The State University of New York at Buffalo is inviting applications for a Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor (10-month) to begin Fall 2020. This is a non-tenure-track position with an initial three-year contract and the possibility of renewal. Duties and responsibilities include:
Develop and teach BIO 129 lecture (Human Biology).
Develop and teach BIO 129 lab (Human Biology).
Teach one semester of BIO 303 (Physiology).
Develop and teach BIO 313 (Physiology lab).
Develop and teach an additional single semester course that improves Biological Sciences offerings on campus.
Coordinate courses being offered with the Undergraduate Affairs committee.
Ensure courses conform to all University course requirements and content is regularly updated to provide the students with the best possible educational experience.
Develop and head a new Experiential Learning Program to promote and facilitate experiential learning opportunities for Biological Science majors.
Coordinate the crediting and documentation process for the Experiential Learning Program with relevant UB offices.
Develop relationships with, and a listing of, local industry, nonprofit organizations, governmental offices, and non-UB academic settings seeking interns and volunteers.
Inform students about existing and potential partnerships that can provide experiential learning opportunities.
Maintain good records of student applications to experiential learning opportunities, performance therein, and reviews of said experiences.
Represent the Biological Sciences Experiential Learning program at student orientations, open houses, and other relevant functions and meetings.
Visit the Department of Biological Sciences website to learn more.
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
PhD in Biological Sciences or related field. Postsecondary teaching experience appropriate to rank.
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