The Department of Physiology at the University of Arizona is
seeking a lecturer for a non-tenure track, year-to-year position.
The selected candidate will teach and coordinate a large
undergraduate course in Human Anatomy & Physiology each
semester and during the summer and teach other core or elective
courses in Physiology. The department is seeking an individual who
is able to work with diverse students, trainees and colleagues, and
who has experience with a variety of teaching methods and
Qualifications: Doctoral degree in a biological
science field AND two years of teaching experience including online
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Coordinate the Human Anatomy and Physiology (PSIO 201 and PSIO
202) online course offerings including the main campus icourses and
the Arizona Online courses for fall, spring and summer.
o Ensure that course objectives for PSIO 201 and PSIO 202 align
with our in person courses.
o Ensure that online courses are consistently organized and taught
from semester to semester and on main campus and AZ Online.
o Develop course materials using evidence-based teaching practices
for online course modalities.
o Source materials including apps, textbooks, software, and
dissection kits (if needed) to create an active online learning
o Supervise and train graduate teaching assistants for online
o Communicate and coordinate with the PSIO 201 and PSIO 202 course
directors and lab coordinators.
• Teach or co-teach PSIO 201 and PSIO 202 during fall, spring and
summer in person or online depending on department needs.
• Teach a one credit class for sophomores enrolled in the
‘Physiological Research and Innovation’ emphasis area in the
Physiology and Medical Sciences major starting in academic year
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