The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan invites individuals to apply for the position of LEO Lecturer Intermittent. Applications are welcomed and encouraged regardless of background and identity. To apply, please complete the application on the U-M Careers site.
To apply, please complete the application on the U-M Careers site. In addition, please submit the following application materials as one PDF document to M-Box by copying and pasting below into browser:
Statement of teaching philosophy, experience, and evidence of teaching
effectiveness such as copies of teaching evaluations
List of at least 3 references including contact information.
Please use this format to name the file: lastname.firstname.CV.PDF
This posting will end on 12/9/2020
This position is subject to the terms of the LEO bargaining agreement
SEAS provides students with a broad, interdisciplinary education spanning the natural sciences, social sciences, public health, technology and design, and arts & culture. We are seeking a part-time LEO Lecturer Intermittent position to teach up to two graduate courses that would contribute to our Sustainability and Development and our Environmental Policy and Planning specializations during the winter 2021 term and beyond. This is a non-tenure track position.
We are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and equitable environment that respects diverse experiences, promotes generous listening and communications, and discourages and restoratively responds to acts of discrimination, harassment, or injustice. Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is deeply rooted in our values for a sustainable and just society.
Duties and responsibilities for the Lecturer Intermittent position are to teach up to two MS level graduate courses that would contribute to our curriculum such as: “Sustainability in the Anthropocene,” “The Sustainable Development Goals,” “International Environmental Policy” or similar topics.
The individual will be expected to hold office hours and handle routine matters related to instruction. Individuals who can teach courses that encompass water policy, law, and justice are particularly encouraged to apply.
This position requires remote instruction and will not be subject to in-person teaching.
Accredited Ph.D. in an environmental, social science, or related field
Sustainability and development or environmental policy related professional experience
Minimum of one year of teaching experience at the college/university level
Selected candidates will be contacted and interviewed remotely. The anticipated start date for this position is January 1, 2021.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Internal Number: 191584
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