Position Summary: Teach undergraduate courses in Geography. Possible courses include: - GEOG 102: Human Geography - GEOG 111/112: Physical Geography (with lab) - GEOG 123: The Developing World - ENVR 124: Environmental Issues Upper level courses are also available. Check the online Undergraduate Bulletin for a complete listing of courses offered by the department.
This is a pool posting. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and remain active for up to two years. New adjuncts will be hired when needed to staff courses.
Required Qualifications Masters degree or higher in Geography or related field. Must demonstrate a commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive teaching environment.
Preferred Qualifications Teaching experience in Geography at the undergraduate level.
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