The Department of Wildlife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences at Tarleton State University seeks to expand its pool of applicants for potential adjunct faculty positions for its growing on-campus offerings in Stephenville. We are looking for masters and doctoral-qualified candidates to teach undergraduate courses in soil science this coming academic year. Interested candidates must have Ph.D. or MS in hand in the field of soil science, environmental science, agronomy, plant science, or a related field with at least 18 graduate hours in soil science. Preference will be given to the candidate who has prior teaching experience.
Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications and Course Level
Required Education/Experience: Minimum qualifications include a Masterâ™s degree in the discipline or a closely related area and a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the discipline.
Preferred Education/Experience: Earned doctorate in the discipline or a closely related area. Prior teaching experience at the collegiate level is desired.
Internal Number: R-000212
About Tarleton State University
Tarleton State University, offering its own brand of personal attention, a unique history, and an exciting future, is founding member of The Texas A&M University System.
Founded as John Tarleton College in 1899, today's university offers cutting-edge academic facilities and world-class faculty with extensive real-world experience.
With its main campus in Stephenville, Tarleton offers centers in Fort Worth, Waco, Midlothian, RELLIS-Bryan and a global campus for state-of-the-art online programs. Extending the reach of educational value, Tarleton has boosted its selection of online graduate and undergraduate programs through classes in these centers.
Students may select areas of study from six colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Business Administration, Education, Graduate Studies, Health Sciences and Human Services, Liberal and Fine Arts, and Science and Technology.
More than 60 bachelor's programs and 30 graduate degrees, featuring doctoral studies in educational leadership, have led more than 13,000 students from 45 states and more than 20 foreign countries to make Tarleton State their collective choice for a college education.
Tarleton's research cent...ers are daily searching for solutions to global problems. For instance, the Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research conducts analyses to address environmental issues facing the state and nation, while the Southwest Regional Dairy Center, using an almost $1 million grant, is working on ways to turn animal waste into a viable energy source.
Tarleton's blueprints for a brighter-than-ever future include a new applied sciences building with engineering laboratory space on campus in Stephenville, a new academic building on the university's planned 80-acre Fort Worth campus near Chisolm Trail Parkway, and $24 million in upgrades and improvements to the institution's venerable Memorial Stadium.
Tarleton State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.