Ecology & Evolutionary Biology - 23400
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology seeks to appoint a lecturer to teach Comparative Physiology in the spring 2017 semester. The course covers basic physical and chemical processes in animal tissue, detailed consideration of organ systems, and an integrative approach to understand how animals meet the demands placed upon them. Topics will range from invertebrate, vertebrate (including human), ecological and environmental physiology. The textbook is Animal Physiology by Hill, Wyse, and Anderson.
The successful candidate will present two lectures weekly, Tuesday and Thursday, and two exams. Spring semester runs February 6 through May 27.
Interested applicants must apply online through jobs.princeton.edu. Submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching of no more than 500 words explaining how you would approach the course, and contact information for no more than three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately.
This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
The applicant must have an advanced degree in related sciences and be knowledgeable about the physiology of animals. Teaching experience at the higher education level required.
A Ph.D. in biological sciences is highly preferred.
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