The successful candidate will teach and conduct research in the area(s) of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. Job responsibilities include teaching lower and upper-division courses (these may include, but are not limited to: introductory and advanced courses in cell and molecular biology, developmental biology/embryology, and other courses in the applicant’s area of specialty), active scholarship, and a commitment to quality service. As an institution that values teaching as a vehicle to inspire intellectual inquiry, CWU expects all faculty members to be dedicated teachers. The development of an active research program, involving undergraduate and master’s students is essential. Applicants with a commitment to excellence in teaching, mentoring, and scholarship, and who can recruit and serve an increasingly diverse student body are especially encouraged to apply.
• Ph.D. in cell/molecular/developmental biology or closely related field
• Commitment to excellence in teaching
• Research expertise in molecular developmental biology
• Commitment to developing a research program suitable for the involvement of students
• Postdoctoral experience
• Prior teaching experience
• Experience mentoring students in research
• A research program with potential for extramural funding
• Ability to contribute to high-demand courses; these include non-majors courses in general biology and human physiology, and allied health courses in cell biology, human anatomy and physiology, and microbiology
Commensurate with education and experience.
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