The School of Sciences at Indiana University Kokomo invites
applications for a one-year (10-month, two semesters),
full-time, non-tenure-track visiting position in biology at
the lecturer level, beginning August 1, 2021. Information about the
School can be found at: http://www.iuk.edu/sciences.
Primary responsibilities include teaching lecture
and lab courses in human anatomy, human physiology,
and nonmajors biology (12 credits each
semester). Requirements include an earned M.A., M.S., or Ph.D.
in biology, biological science, or a related field by the time of
the appointment (August 1, 2021). MAT/MST degree
holders (with at least 18 credit hours of graduate
courses in biology or related disciplines) will also be
considered. Relevant teaching experience is
preferred. Review of applications will begin on July 23,
To apply for this position, go to https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/11128 and
submit a letter of interest, a copy of your resume, and the names
of three professional references. Questions regarding the position
or application process can be directed to Dr.
Christian Chauret, Dean of the School of Sciences,
Indiana University Kokomo, P.O. Box 9003, Kokomo, IN
One of eight campuses of Indiana University, Indiana University
Kokomo is a comprehensive non-residential campus located 50 miles
north of Indianapolis in Kokomo, Indiana, a city with a population
of approximately 55,000. Committed to student success, the campus
serves approximately 3,100 students from a 14 county area
in north-central Indiana. IU Kokomo has approximately 260 full-time
faculty and staff. Associate, Baccalaureate,
and Master degrees are offered. For more information
about the IU Kokomo campus, please visit www.iuk.edu.
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will receive consideration for employment without regard to age,
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Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university
Title IX Coordinator. See
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includes contact information.