Unity College is accepting applications for the following
Adjunct Instructor position: Comparative Animal
We are currently looking for instructors to design and teach the
following course in-person at our 90 Quaker Hill Road campus in
Course: BI 302 Comparative Animal Physiology
The course is a systematic study of the function of internal
animal systems, from the cellular to the organ-system level.
Particular emphasis will be placed on processes supporting
organismal homeostasis, with examples from animals commonly found
in wild and captive veterinary care. Throughout the term, you will
investigate how environmental differences dictate the physiological
strategies and responses of animals, including consequences to
their health and well-being. Additional work will be focused on
processes to collect physiological data, including analysis and
interpretation for use in care of their health.
- Hours: Temporary for the Fall Term 2 (October 4 –
November 7, 2021) with course meeting hours MTW from 12:30-2:30 and
The college reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel
or reassign any course. Courses that do not achieve minimum student
enrollment may be offered for reduced compensation.
To Apply: Apply online at http://www.unity.edu/about-unity/human-resources/job-listings.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Unity College hopes to attract employees who share a
commitment to the environment and to human diversity, and who have
an interest in helping students develop an understanding of the
richness and complexity of individuals and society.