Part-time faculty for online and field courses (Multiple positions)
Biology/Project Dragonfly: (Multiple positions) Part-time faculty for established online courses offered by Project Dragonfly at Miami University during the summer term or fall semester. Opportunity for renewal based on available funding and performance. Instructors are required to have access to the web and may be considered if residing outside Ohio.
Compensation: $1,025 per credit hour. This is a part-time instructional staff position, not eligible for health care insurance. Instructors work with a creative university team of faculty and staff at Project Dragonfly and its partnership programs (Advanced Inquiry Program, Global Field Program, and Earth Expeditions) to instruct graduate-level online courses offered through Miami University. All courses are pre-designed by Project Dragonfly and include online support workshops. The instructor will collaborate with Project Dragonfly staff and program partners to maintain the overall academic quality of their courses. Duties include reviewing course curriculum and student projects, interacting online, assessing and grading student work, and submitting final grades.
Require: A doctoral degree in a relevant field. Demonstrated educational, community leadership, or research proficiency in the fields of education, community leadership, wildlife conservation, zoological management and research, non-profit organization, or related activities. The applicant must meet the qualification criteria for Graduate Level Standing at Miami University. Consistent access to the web is required. Miami University will not sponsor for H1B work authorization for the 2017-18 year. Desire: Experience with web-based courses and instruction. Specialized knowledge in content areas offered by Project Dragonfly (e.g., conservation, ecology, evolution, participatory and inquiry-driven education, and community engagement). Experience with web tools for collaboration including Skype, Google apps, web conferencing, and creation of video/instructional media.
Submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae to https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=3988. Inquiries may be directed to Jamie Anzano at email@example.com. Screening of applications will begin April 3, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.
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