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Are you seeking a dynamic academic position that is focused
teaching future health care leaders? If you are, take a look at a
new opportunity in the College of Health Professions PhD in Health
Related Sciences program. We are seeking an adjunct instructor for
our ALHP 761. Health Related Sciences Research Design. 3 Hours.
This course covers the design of experimental and
quasi-experimental studies in the health-care field. Emphasizes
issues related to measurement, validity of designs, sampling and
data collection. Focuses on the logic of causal inference,
including formulation of testable hypotheses, and the design,
methods and measures that facilitate research.
This position is aligned with the missions of the college and
university focusing on providing optimal student experiences and
learning opportunities as we support the next generation of
- PhD or terminal degree that included a dissertation in
statistics, research and evaluation, or closely related field.
- Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse
faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as
an employee at VCU.
- Experience instructing in a hybrid format
- Experience teaching at the doctoral level
- Experience in CANVAS
Note, the PhD program is a hybrid program with
the Spring semester running from the beginning of January through
the end of June. A course consists of 4-8 hours of in-person
instruction during the January session, five online sessions (each
lasting two weeks and rotated with the other courses) and 4-8 hours
of in person instruction at the end of June.
This teaching position requires instructors to travel to the campus
in Richmond, VA twice per year. Travel and housing are not provided
at this time and is the responsibility of the instructor if they
live outside of Richmond.
Salary Range: $7,500
Department: Dean's Office - College of Health Professions
Employment Type: EX - Exempt Salaried Other
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Contact Name: Laurie Cathers
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org