Washington State University’s Biology Program is seeking applicants for Adjunct Faculty to teach a course on the Vancouver campus in Principles of Animal Development during the Fall 2022 semester (Aug. 22 – Dec. 17).
Biology 321 Principles of Animal Development covers experimental analyses of development and descriptive and comparative examination of embryology with emphasis on the chordates. Prerequisite: 2 semester Introductory Biology series for majors (Biol 106, 107). Course consists of 150 minutes of lecture room meeting plus 150 minutes of lab.
Lecture times: Monday and Wednesday: 9:10 – 10:25 am; Lab time: Wednesday 13:30-16:10
Expected Enrollment: 24 students; Instructor will be provided with existing materials, though lab activities may require additional planning; Lecture could be taught in hybrid format (i.e. up to 50% online).
M.S. in Biology or a related discipline. Preferred qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent and experience teaching similar courses at a college level. Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working with diverse student and community populations.
Deadline for priority consideration is April 18, 2022 but applications are welcome until position is filled.
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