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3/10/2019
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Biology Non Tenure Track Teaching Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina | Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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The Department of Biology at North Carolina A&T State University invites applications for a nine (9) month, full time, non-tenure track teaching assistant professor position in Biology. A higher rank might be considered for qualified candidates. The initial appointment of the position is two years and it is eligible for renewal. The primary duties and responsibilities for this position include teaching undergraduate level courses, conducting tutoring and supplemental instruction, and student advising. Engagement in recruitment, curriculum development and conducting scholarly activities are also expected. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving on committees, engaging in program assessment and service to the department, College, and University as needed. Administrative duties and responsibilities include collaborative work with faculty to improve programs, develop new programs, and extracurricular opportunities, such as internships; serve as coordinator of multiple section courses, chair committees; assist with recruitment, or serve as advisers to student organizations. For an appointment as teaching assistant professor, a Ph.D. degree in Biological Sciences or Biology Education is required by the anticipated date of appointment. The candidate must be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching diverse populations and have two or more years of college/university level teaching experience.

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