The UNK Biology Department is seeking two candidates who can teach online MS courses and on campus undergraduate courses related to human health. The first candidate will be a tenure track assistant professor position, who will teach anatomy and physiology primarily. They will be expected to pedagogically address and respond to the learning needs of student from diverse backgrounds. They would also be expected to create a successful research program that involves students. All applicants must have two recent peer-reviewed publications. The second position is a two-year visiting assistant professor, who can teach cell biology, microbiology, or general biology. Preference will be given for candidates who can teach biostatistics. Although not necessary for this position, the successful candidate is encouraged to conduct research involving undergraduate students with the hopes that this position will become permanent. All candidates will be expected to provide service to the department, as well as maintain collegial working relationships.
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