Visiting Lecture Positions at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Posted: November 20, 2015
The Department of Biology at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill has two openings for visiting lecturers in the Spring semester of 2016. These positions are ideally suited for a post-doc who would like to gain valuable teaching experience.
Please contact Karin Pfennig, Associate Chair of Biology at email@example.com with questions or if interested in applying to these positions. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Molecular Biology and Genetics (BIOL 202)
UNC will hire a visiting lecturer to teach the full semester of BIOL 202. The course is part of the required introductory core course sequence for all Biology majors. It meets on Tues/Thurs, 9:30-10:45 AM, and enrolls approximately 225 students.
Cellular and Developmental Biology (BIOL 205) UNC will hire a visiting lecturer to teach ½ of BIOL 205. The visiting lecturer will be responsible for the second half of the course covering Developmental Biology. The course is part of the required
introductory core course sequence for all Biology majors. It meets on Tues/Thurs, 12:30-1:45 PM, and enrolls approximately 200 students.
Educational Requirements: Ph.D. in relevant area required.
Qualifications and Experience Required: Strong background in relevant field and previous teaching experience.