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The part-time lecturer will teach courses in Biology, administer exams to students and hold appropriate office hours. This position may start in September, January, or May to coincide with the start of the academic terms. Positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding, and departmental needs. Compensation for the part-time lecturer is based on stipend rates per course.
The position of Part-Time Lecturer in the Biology Department of the College of Science requires a Master of Science degree and teaching experience in Biology. A Doctorate degree in the area of biology is preferred.
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