Full- and part-time temporary Assistant Professor and Instructor positions in the Department of Applied Human Sciences for spring semester 2021 and academic year 2021-22. Spring semester 2021 appointments will start January 7, 2021. Classes begin on January 13, 2021. Academic year 2021-22 appointments begin August 23, 2021.
Duties & Responsibilities: 1) Teaching courses based on approved course curriculum in consultation with the department head; 2) developing assessment measures (i.e., exams, quizzes, presentations, papers); 3) providing students with grade status throughout the term; 4) providing academic advising to undergraduate students; 5) attending bi-weekly faculty meetings; and 6) holding weekly office hours. Instructors will be evaluated by students and faculty.
The Department of Applied Human Sciences (AHS) is one of five departments within the College of Education and Human Service Professions. AHS is the department home to nearly 40 full-time and part-time faculty members with teaching and research interests in multiple degree programs: Environmental and Outdoor Education, Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences, Physical Education Teacher Education, and Public Health. More information is available at d.umn.edu/ahs.
Required: • Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in a field related to exercise science, environmental education, physical education, or public health. • Experience working effectively with diverse groups in educational settings.
Applicants for the position of Assistant Professor must have an earned doctorate.
Preferred: • Previous teaching experience at the collegiate level (such as Teaching Assistant experience) to a diverse group of students. • Evidence of effective teaching and academic rigor. • Evidence of strong written and oral communication skills.
Internal Number: 338073
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