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ABAC¿s Department of Agriculture is home to an interdisciplinary group of scholars who work together to offer courses in support of our B.S. degrees in Agribusiness, Agricultural Technology Management, Agriculture, Environmental Horticulture, Agricultural Education, and Agricultural Communication. We are seeking qualified adjunct faculty to teach courses in the area of Animal Science. Part-time, temporary, adjunct faculty may instruct one or two courses a semester on an as-needed basis. Possible courses include Introduction to Animal Science, Introduction to Poultry Science, Elements of Dairying, Applied Animal Nutrition, Beef Production, Beef Industry, Equine Exercise Physiology, Equine Production Management, Food Animal Evaluation and Selection, Forage Crops and Pastures, Herd Health, Meat Production, Process and Market, or Physiology of Reproduction.Teaching assignments will depend on the candidate¿s areas of interest and expertise and student needs. These courses may be offered in a traditional face-to-face format or online, depending upon the need. The Department of Agriculture currently offers courses face-to-face and online at ABAC¿s main site in Tifton and online to service the instructional site in Bainbridge. Applicants interested in teaching at either site are welcome to apply.
Applications should include a cover letter, CV/resume, a list of three professional references, and unofficial copies of graduate transcripts.
- Master¿s degree in an Animal Science related field with a minimum of 18 graduate semester credit hours related directly to the major.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Ability to use current technology in support of instructional activities (including laboratories).
- Experience in teaching animal science economics courses at the college level.
- Professional work experience in animal science or closely related fields.
For additional information:Contact Dr. Audrey Luke-Morgan, Department Head, Department of Agriculture, 229-391-4807 or firstname.lastname@example.org.