Visiting Genetics Lecturer
The Department of Biology at Wheaton College (IL) seeks candidates for a one-year appointment as a full-time Visiting Genetics Lecturer to begin August 2021. A PhD (or ABD) in genetics or closely-related field is required. Candidates with strengths in a systems biology/bioinformatics approach to genetics are especially encouraged to apply. The Visiting Genetics Lecturer will have the opportunity to compete for a probable full-time, tenure-track Genetics position to begin in Fall 2022. The successful candidate will be joining a dedicated team of teacher-scholars, with expanding teaching and scholarly opportunities in bioinformatics, neuroscience, and public health anticipated in the coming years.
The Lecturer will be expected to (1) teach upper-level genetics and associated laboratories, (2) coordinate the genetics laboratories (planning the laboratories and managing the laboratory teaching assistants), (3) teach a combination of introductory and/or non-majors biology lecture courses and laboratory sections, and (4) possibly teach one course in his/her specialty area. Lecture and labs may include both in-person and online instruction. Adherence to COVID-19 protocols is expected.
Information about the Biology curriculum, including BIOL 356 Genetics, is located at https://catalog.wheaton.edu/undergraduate/arts-sciences/biology/#coursestext.
Please address any questions regarding this position to the Chair of the Biology Department, Dr. Ray Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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