Adams State University is seeking a physical geographer for a one-semester sabbatical replacement during Spring 2017 semester (Jan 17th – May 12th). Responsibilities include teaching both lecture and laboratory courses in the following topics: Natural Resource Management, Remote Sensing, and Climatology. Teaching load is 11-12 credit hours for the semester.
Candidates should demonstrate that they possess a commitment to student-centered instruction. The successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively and collaborate with diverse faculty, staff, and students within the Biology and Earth Science department and across campus.
Masters or Ph.D. in an appropriate field with evidence of experience (coursework, teaching, or research) in the aforementioned topics (ABD acceptable)
Genuine commitment to teaching at the undergraduate level
Commitment to undergraduate laboratory and field instruction
Excellent communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with other faculty and staff
Applicants must provide:
1. Letter of application that specifically describes their qualifications with reference to the above criteria and provide examples
2. Curriculum Vita with transcripts of all college work
3. A list of five professional references
Materials should be submitted as pdf documents to Dr. Benita Brink, Chair of the Department of Biology and Earth Sciences at email@example.com
Review of completed applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable applicant is hired.
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