My department is looking to hire a visiting assistant professor (non-tenure
track) to teach intro. bio. to majors and non-majors, genetics, and/or
microbiology. This is a good opportunity to get some teaching experience and
while the position does not officially provide time (or money) for research
it would be possible for someone to at least continue to do some C. elegans
genetics (for example, we have incubators and dissecting, Nomarski, and
fluorescence scopes). The ad is shown below and ran in Science last week.
If you have any questions about the position or about John Carroll Unversity,
don't hesitate to get in touch with me.
John Carroll University
University Heights, OH 44118
email: jlissemore at jcvaxa.jcu.edu
Ph.D. required and teaching experience preferred for a visiting position
beginning Fall, 1998, at John Carroll University, the Jesuit University in
Cleveland, offering B.S., M.S. and M.A. degrees. Position is for one year
and may, if mutually agreeable, be renewed twice. The successful candidate
must have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. Primary
responsibilities are introductory courses for majors and nonmajors, genetics
and/or microbiology. Load is 12 cr hrs/semester. Submit a letter of
application, CV, statement of teaching philosophy and 3 letters of
recommendation by 15 January 1998 to: Dr. Miles Coburn, Department of Biology,
John Carroll University, University Hts., OH 44118. An EOE/AA Employer.