Biology, Adjunct Professors
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The School of Arts and Sciences at NDMU has immediate and ongoing needs for the services of adjunct faculty who are available to share their particular expertise with our undergraduate and graduate students. The Biology department is looking for adjunct faculty to teach courses in Genetics and Genomics for Clinical Practice on main campus and at off-campus locations for nursing students. Some positions need to be filled as early as the Spring and Summer 2015 semesters. Classes at NDMU are scheduled weekdays, weeknights and Saturdays.
Candidates must be Master's degree prepared.
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Applicants interested in applying MUST submit the following:
- letter of application
- curriculum vitae
- a brief statement of teaching philosophy
- names and contact information for three professional references
Please submit application materials directly to Paul Weldon, professor of biology, at firstname.lastname@example.org.